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October 30 & November 4, 2014 

The Oj5^czal Auctioneer of the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Baltimore Expo 





Stacks Bowers Galleries 
Upcoming Auction Schedule 


Coins and Currency 


Date 

Auction 

Consignment Deadline 

Continuous 

Stacks Bowers Galleries Weekly Internet Auctions 

Closing Every Sunday 

Continuous 

December 2-4 2014 

Stacks Bowers and Ponterio - World Coins & Paper Money 

Macau Auction of Chinese and Asian Coins & Currency 

Macau 

September 30, 2014 

January 9-10, 2015 

Stacks Bowers Galleries - World Coins & Paper Money 

An Official Auction of the NYINC 

New York, NY 

November 1, 2014 

January 21-23, 2015 

Stacks Bowers Galleries - U.S. Coins 

Americana Sale 

New York, NY 

November 26, 2014 

March 3-7, 2015 

Stacks Bowers Galleries - U.S. Coins 

Official Auction of the Portland National Money Show 

January 5, 2015 

March 26-29, 2015 

Stacks Bowers Galleries - U.S. Coins & Currency 

Official Auction of the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Baltimore Expo 
Baltimore, MD 

Eebruary 2, 2015 

March 30- April 1, 2015 

Stacks Bowers and Ponterio - World Coins & Paper Money 

Hong Kong Auction of Chinese and Asian Coins & Currency 

Hong Kong 

January 30, 2015 

July 16-19, 2015 

Stacks Bowers Galleries - U.S. Coins 

Official Auction of the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Baltimore Expo 
Baltimore, MD 

May 25, 2015 

August 11-15, 2015 

Stacks Bowers Galleries - World Coins & Paper Money 

An Official Auction of the ANA World s Eair of Money 

Chicago, IL 

June 9, 2015 

August 11-15, 2015 

Stacks Bowers Galleries - U.S. Coins & Currency 

An Official Auction of the ANA World s Eair of Money 

Chicago, IL 

June 15,2015 

August 22-26, 2015 

Stacks Bowers and Ponterio - World Coins & Paper Money 

Hong Kong Auction of Chinese and Asian Coins & Currency 

Hong Kong 

June 17,2015 

October 2015 

Stacks Bowers Galleries - U.S. Coins 

An Official Auction of the PNG New York Invitational 

New York, NY 

July 24, 2015 

November 5-8, 2015 

Stacks Bowers Galleries - World Coins & Paper Money 

Official Auction of the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Baltimore Expo 
Baltimore, MD 

September 4, 2015 

November 5-8, 2015 

Stacks Bowers Galleries - U.S. Coins & Currency 

Official Auction of the Whitman Coin & Collectibles Baltimore Expo 
Baltimore, MD 

September 15, 2015 

November 29, 2015 

Stacks Bowers Galleries - U.S. Coins, U.S. Currency, 

World Coins, World Paper Money and Ancient Coins 

October 26, 2015 


Official Auction of the Michigan State Numismatic Society Eall Convention. iAuction. 


Stacks Bowers Galleries presents 

The Winter 2014 Baltimore Auction 



U.S. Currency 


October 30 & November 4, 2014 

Baltimore Convention Center 

One West Pratt Street 
Baltimore, MD 21201 
Tel: 410.649.7000 





California Office 
1063 McGaw Ave. 

Irvine, CA 92614 
Telephone: 800.458.4646 
Telephone: 949.253.0916 
Fax: 949.253.4091 


New York Office 
123 W. 57th St. 

New York, NY 10019 
Telephone: 800.566.2580 
Telephone: 212.582.2580 
Fax: 212.245.5018 


New England Office 
P.O. Box 1804 
Wolfeboro, NH 03894 
Telephone: 866.811.1804 
Telephone: 603.569.0823 
Fax: 603.569.3875 


Hong Kong Office 

Unit 1603, 16/F, Miramar Tower 

No. 132 Nathan Road 

Tsim Sha Tsui 

Kowloon, Hong Kong 

Telephone: 852.2117.1191 


www.StacksBowers.com 

Copyright © 2014 Stacks-Bowers Numismatics, LLC • All Rights Reserved 




How to Bid 


Before the Live Auction 

There are several ways to bid prior to the start of the live auction. 


Fax/Mail Bid Sheet 

Use the enclosed bid sheet and mail or fax it to us. If sending by mail, please allow sufficient time for the postal service. 

Mail: Att. Auction Department Fax: 949.253.4091 

Stacks Bowers Galleries 
1063 McGaw Ave. 

Irvine, CA 92614 
United States 


Phone 

Telephone Stacks Bowers Galleries at 949.253.0916 


Internet 

View additional images and add items to your personal tracking list. You may also place bids and check their status in 
real time. Visit our website at www.stacksbowers.com. 


During the Live Auction 

Attend in Person 

Auction Event: Baltimore Convention Center 
One West Pratt St 
Baltimore, MD 21201 
Tel: 410.649.7000 


Live Online Bidding 

Stacks Bowers Galleries will offer live online bidding for this auction. We strongly recommend that you register 
to bid at www.stacksbowers.com at least 48 hours before the start of the auction. 


Live Bidding by Phone 

If you wish to bid by phone during the live auction, please register your interest at least 48 hours prior to the start 
of the auction. Stacks Bowers Galleries will ask for the lot numbers you are interested in with your complete contact 
information. Stacks Bowers Galleries will call you during the auction and you can place bids with our representative 
in real time. We regret that we can only offer this service for lots estimated at $2500 or more. If you wish to arrange live 
bidding by phone, contact Customer Service at 949-253-0916 or email info@stacksbowers.com. 


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The Winter 2014 Baltimore Auction 

October 30 & November 4, 2014 


Lot Viewing 

Lot Viewing will be conducted in the Irvine, CA offices (by appointment only): October 9-14 
Lot Viewing will be conducted in the NY offices (by appointment only): October 20-25 
Lot Viewing will be conducted at the Baltimore Convention Center, Room 307, as follows: 

Tuesday, October 28 Wednesday, October 29 Thursday, October 30 Friday, October 31 Saturday, November 1 

9:00 AM - 7:00 PM ET 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM ET 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM ET 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM ET 9:00 AM - 12:00 Noon ET 

Auction Location 

Baltimore Convention Center 
One West Pratt St 
Baltimore, MD 21201 
Tel: 410.649.7000 


Auction Details 

The Auction will be conducted at the Baltimore Convention Center, Room 309, as follows: 


Session 3 - U.S. Currency 

Thursday, October 30, 2014 
6:00 PM ET 
Lots 2001-2652 


Session 7 - U.S. Currency 
Internet Only 

Ends Tuesday, November 4, 2014 
3:00 PM PT 
Lots 13001-13558 


Please see separate catalogs for U.S. coins and World Coins and Paper Money. 


Session 1 - U.S. Coins 
Wednesday, October 29 
6:00 PM ET 

Session 2 - U.S. Coins 
Thursday, October 30 
11:00 AM ET 

Session 4 - Rarities Night 
Thursday, October 30 
6:30 PM ET 


Session 5 - U.S. Coins 
Eriday, October 31 
11:00 AM ET 

Session 6 - Colonial Coinage 
Eriday, October 31 
5:00 PM ET 

Session 8 - U.S. Coins 
Internet Only 
Ends Tuesday, November 4 
3:00 PM PT 


Session A - World Paper 
Money, Ancient Coins 
and Mexico Coins 
Thursday, October 30 
10:00 AM ET 
Lots 1-722 

Session B - World Coins 
Eriday, October 31 
10:00 AM ET 
Lots 1001-1580 


Session C - World and 
Ancient Coins - Internet Only 
Ends Tuesday, November 4 
3:00 PM PT 
Lots 11001-11476 

Session D - World Paper 
Money - Internet Only 
Ends Tuesday, November 4 
3:00 PM PT 
Lots 12001-12120 


Lot Pickup 

Lot Pick up will be conducted at the Baltimore Convention Center, 
Room 307, as follows: 

Thursday, October 30 Eriday, October 31 Saturday, November 1 

1 0:00 AM - 1 :00 PM ET 1 0:00 AM - 1 :00 PM ET 1 0:00 AM - 1 :00 PM ET 


Bank Wire Information: 

HSBC 

950 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10022 

For credit to (Payee); 

Stacks Bowers Numismatics, 

Account #000186236 
US Routing #021001088 

International Routing (Swift Code) #MRMDUS33 


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Stacks Bowers Galleries 



Q. David Bowers 
Stack’s Bowers Galleries 
Founder 

QBowers@StacksBowers.com 



Peter A. Treglia 
Director of Currency 

PTreglia@StacksBowers.com 



Christine Karstedt 
Executive Vice President 

CKarstedt@StacksBowers.com 



Greg Cohen 
Numismatist, 
Consignment Director 

GCohen@StacksBowers.com 



Harvey Stack 
Stack’s Bowers Galleries 
Founder 

HStack@StacksBowers.com 





Lawrence R. Stack Greg Roberts Brian Kendrella 

Stack’s Bowers Galleries President and CEO, President 

Founder Spectrum Group International BKendrella@StacksBowers.com 

LStack@StacksBowers.com GRoberts@StacksBowers.com 





John Pack 
Executive Director 
of Consignments 

JPack@StacksBowers.com 


Vicken Yegparian 
Vice President of Numismatics 

VYegparian@StacksBowers.com 



Richard Ponterio 
Executive Vice President 

RPonterio@StacksBowers.com 



Ron Gillio 

Numismatic Acquistions 
Coordinator 

RGillio @St acksB owers . com 



John P. Konop 
Vice President, 
Director of Distinguished 
Client Services 

JKonop @StacksB owers. com 



Scott Reiter 
Executive Director 
of Consignments 

SReiter@StacksBowers.com 



Melissa Karstedt 
Numismatist, Auctioneer, 
Numismatic Sales, 
Consignment Director 

MKarstedt@StacksBowers.com 



David Ruan 
Chief Financial Officer 

DRuan@StacksBowers.com 



Andrew Glassman Corey Malta 

Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer 

Credit Manager CMaita@StacksBowers.com 

AGlassman@StacksBowers.com 



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Cataloged by Peter Treglia, Matthew W. Quinn, Bruce R. Hagen, Brad Ciociola and DJ Olivares 






Stacks Bowers Galleries Team 


Consignment and Numismatic Specialists 

California Office: 949.253.0916 

Jeff Ambio 

Ext. 204 - JeffA@StacksBowers.com 

Wayne Berkley 

Ext. 262 - WBerkley@StacksBowers.com 

Chris Chatigny 

Ext. 318 - CChatigny@StacksBowers.com 

Ron Gillio 

RGillio @Stacks B o wer s . com 

Amandeep Jassal 

Ext. 249 - AJassal@StacksBowers.com 

Brian Kendrella 

Ext. 291 - BKendrella@StacksBowers.com 

John Konop 

Ext. 293 - JKonop@StacksBowers.com 

Dale Larsen 

Ext. 248 - DLarsen@StacksBowers.com 

James McCartney 

Ext. 232 - JMcCartney@StacksBowers.com 

Todd McKenna 

Ext. 221 - TMcKenna@StacksBowers.com 

Richard Melamed 

Ext. 217 - RMelamed@StacksBowers.com 

Ryan Moretti 

Ext. 284 - RMoretti@StacksBowers.com 

Gene Nesheim 

Ext. 219 - GNesheim@StacksBowers.com 


Benjamin Orooji 

Ext. 295 - BOrooji@StacksBowers.com 

John Pack 

Ext. 258 - JPack@StacksBowers.com 

Kent Ponterio 

Ext. 289 - KePonterio@StacksBowers.com 

Kyle Ponterio 

Ext. 212 - KyPonterio@StacksBowers.com 

Matt Quinn 

Ext. 279 - MQuinn@StacksBowers.com 

Scott Reiter 

Ext. 228 - SReiter@StacksBowers.com 

New York Office: 212.582.2580 

Andrew Bowers 

Ext. 5222 - ABowers@StacksBowers.com 

Greg Cohen 

Ext. 5455 - GCohen@StacksBowers.com 

Steve Nugget 

Ext. 5514 - SNugget@StacksBowers.com 

Harvey Stack 

HStack@StacksBowers.com 

Larry Stack 

LStack@StacksB o wers . com 

Vicken Yegparian 

Ext. 5459 - VYegparian@StacksBowers.com 


New Hampshire Office: 603.569.0823 

Q. David Bowers 

QBowers@StacksBowers.com 

Christine Karstedt 

CKar stedt@StacksB o wers. com 

Melissa Karstedt 

MKarstedt@StacksBowers.com 

Frank Van Valen 

FVanValen@StacksBowers.com 

Hong Kong Office: +852.2117.1191 

Nirat Lertchitvikul 

Nirat@StacksBowers.com 

Ping Lertchitvikul 

Ping@StacksBowers.com 


Other Offices 

Bobby Avena 

BAvena@StacksBowers.com 

Danny Avena 

DAvena@StacksBowers.com 

Brad Ciociola 

BCiociola@StacksBowers.com 

James Matthews 

JMatthews@StacksBowers.com 

Consultants 

Mike Hodder 
John Kraljevich 
Andy Pollock 
Eric Schena 
Steve Tureen 


Customer Service 

Accounting 

Ceilia Mullins 

David Ruan 

Stephanie Baur 

Eric Choi 

Aubree Bova 

Fumi Norris Doan 

Ai Tee Cheng 

Sofia Gallegos 

Adrianne Conrad 

Gil Lopez 

Samantha Douglas 

Jung Min 

Linda Bernard 

Asha Ramcharan 

Amanda lapello 

Brandon Tang 

Sarah Jackels 

Peter Uceda 

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Jenna Kendrella 

Marketing and Graphic Design 

Tyler Kreil 

Andrea Espindola 

Cynthia LaCarbonara 

Jennifer Meers 

Geoff LeDoyen 

Bryan Stoughton 

Brent Lemmon 

Millie Wu 

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Robin Olson 


DJ Olivares 



Photography 

Shipping and Receiving 

Karen Bridges 

Ron Castro 

Danielle Hill 

Jason Best 

Jeremy Katz 

Joe Delgado 

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Jose Martinez 

Dan Malo 

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Administrative 

Information Technology 

Carol Holt 

John Ballecer 

Archie Bracey 

Brian Hunt 

Bernie Jimenez 

Sam King 

Glenn Landenberger 

James Puangco 

Anant Singh 

Carola Ponterio 


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The Winter 2014 Baltimore Auction 


On behalf of Stacks Bowers Galleries, welcome to the 
November 20 14 Official Currency Auction of the Whitman 
Coin & Collectibles Baltimore Expo. We encourage you to 
participate in our final sale of the year, which consists of 
just over 1,200 lots of American currency. The strongest 
area of this session is undoubtedly obsolete bank notes, 
featuring many great rarities. Also noteworthy are some 
outstanding large size federally issued bank notes. 

We begin with Part II of The Peter Mayer Collection of 
Obsolete Bank Notes. Mr. Mayer has been recognized as 
one of the hobby s leading collectors, and has assembled 
an incredible obsolete bank note collection with several 
world-class proofs, including a most impressive $10 of 
the Salem Bank of Salem, Massachusetts. This particular 
proof features an incredibly rare historical vignette. The 
Peter Mayer Collection Part I, which sold at our August 
2014 Official Auction of the ANA Worlds Fair of Money 
in Chicago, brought record prices and sparked new 
interest in the obsolete market. 

Among other fine consignments, selections from The 
Anderson Collection continue and include the finest 
known 1882 $20 Gold Certificate Triple Signature, graded 
PCGS 64PPQ. 


As we bring our 2014 paper money calendar to a close, 
we are preparing for our 2015 auction schedule, which 
promises many significant events. We are excited to 
continue with Part III of The Peter Mayer Collection, 
to be presented at our March 2015 Whitman Coin & 
Collectibles Baltimore Expo. 

We wish the best of success in the sale to all bidders and 
consignors! We look forward to seeing you in Baltimore. 


Enjoy the paper. 



Peter A. Treglia 
Director of Currency 



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The Peter Mayer Collection 


Peter Mayer, born March 8, 1946, 
was raised in Rutherford, New Jersey, 
the only child of a single parent. As 
a young boy he became interested 
in stamp collecting and begged his 
mother to allow him to give up a 
paper route to work in a local stamp/ 
coin store. Coin collecting soon 
became his area of interest due to 
their historical significance. He went 
on to Waynesburg University in Pennsylvania, graduating 
a history major with a BA cum laude, a member of the 
International Honor Society in History, and receiving the 
Annual History Award for scholastic achievement. 

He began a career in sales selling credit reports for a 
Fortune 500 company. Always competitive, be it in pick-up 
basketball games or as star pitcher on the company softball 
team, Peter had a successful career winning numerous 
national and regional contests and citations for outstanding 
sales leadership and achievement, as well as Best in Nation, 
earning him trips to Spain, Hawaii, and California. 

While he was excelling in sales, his coin hobby slowly 
evolved into weekends at local coin shows as he became 
more involved with buying and selling at a dealer level. 
During this time he formed significant collections of United 
States type coins and Civil War tokens. 

In the early 1990s, Peter became more interested in obsolete 
currency. He left his sales position after 25 years to become 
a full time coin/currency dealer. Peter focused on collecting 
Proof and Issued notes from the New England states. New 
York but especially his home state of New Jersey. The 1990 
ABN sale by Christies was the catalyst Peter needed to 


begin his Proof collection. He acquired many great notes in 
the ABN sale, but he also kept meticulous records of who 
outbid him for notes and later acquired them from other 
collectors. His love of obsolete currency and their historical 
vignettes led him to becoming one of the leading experts in 
the country. He was also one of three people who attended 
in person all 18 parts of The Schingoethe Collection, where 
he also acquired many great notes. 

Many vacations were spent antiquing and seeking out every 
volume of The Rover Boys Series by Arthur M. Winfield. 
On occasion in some roadside barn he would find good 
deals on coins or paper money. In his community, Peter, an 
avid reader, joined the Friends of the Library helping with 
fundraising. He was a political community advocate, and 
pitched for two local softball leagues, retiring after winning 
several team championships. 

In January of 201 1, Peter was blessed with a granddaughter, 
Rachelle Eleanor, named for his mother Eleanor Mayer. He 
enjoyed showing her his collection as much as she enjoyed 
joining him in his office at every opportunity A rare blood 
cancer felled Peter on his 68th birthday March 8, 2014. 
Whether he is thought of on the softball field, at coin and 
paper money shows, or in the town where he resided and 
that he loved so much, he will be remembered for the 
generous, genuine, and kindhearted individual that he 
was. A common thread among those who worked in sales 
with Peter and those who knew him through the collecting 
community was Peter s willingness to share his knowledge, 
wisdom and passion mentoring others. 

His family wife Ruth and son John, wish the next guardians 
of these precious notes to cherish them as much as Peter did. 







Highlights from the Winter 2014 Baltimore Auction 



Lot 2003 




Lot 2079 


Lot 2094 



Lot 2036 



Lot 2041 




Lot 2080 


Lot 2082 



Lot 2102 



Lot 2111 



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Lot 2077 


Lot 2093 


Lot 2130 







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Lot 2131 


Lot 2189 




Lot 2334 



Lot 2132 



Lot 2138 



Lot 2156 



Lot 2157 



Lot 2170 



Lot 2171 



Lot 2223 



Lot 2224 



Lot 2226 



Lot 2235 







Lot 2320 



Lot 2331 



Lot 2336 



Lot 2358 



Lot 2360 



Lot 2365 



Lot 2366 



Lot 2370 


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AMERICAN 


IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014 


NUMISMATIC 


CONTACT: Jake Sherlock 
Telephone: 719-482-9872 


ASSOCIATION 


Email: pr@money.org 


Stack’s Bowers Galleries named Official Auctioneer 
for the 2015 National Money Show in Portland, Oregon 


Stack’s Bowers Galleries will serve as the Official Auctioneer for the American Numismatic 
Association's 2015 National Money Show^*^, to be held at the Oregon Convention Center in 
Portland, Oregon, March 5-7, 2015. 

"We ore happy to once again be working with Stack's Bowers Galleries as the Official 
Auctioneer for the National Money Show in Portland,” said Kim Kiick, ANA executive 
director. "We look forward to partnering with Stack's Bowers Galleries in making the 
Portland National Money Show a big success.” 

Brian Kendrella, president of Sfack’s Bowers Galleries, said, "If is an honor fo have been 
chosen as fhe Official Auctioneer for this important ANA event. Our mission is not just to sell 
coins for the highest possible price but to provide authoritative, historically important 
catalogs that are graphic works of arf and fo educafe young numismafisfs and seasoned 
collectors alike. These objectives are quite similar to those of the ANA and we applaud their 
efforts.” 

The consignment deadline for fhe Official Aucfion of fhe 2015 Nafional Money Show is Jan. 
5, 2015. Collecfors can confacf a consignmenf specialist by calling 800-458-4646 on the 
West Coast, 800-566-2580 on the East Coast or emailing Stack’s Bowers Galleries at 
consign@stacksbowers.com. 

The Portland National Money Show features more than 500 numismatic dealers with 
extensive inventories; the ANA Museum Showcase, exhibiting some of fhe world's mosf 
valuable and beaufiful coins and paper money; fhe Collecfor Exhibifs area; and a wide 
range of educafional presentations and seminars. Show hours are 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 
Thursday, March 5, and Friday, March 6; and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 7. ANA 
members are admitted free. 

The American Numismatic Association is a congressionally chartered nonprofit educational 
organization dedicated to encouraging people to study and collect money and related 
items. The ANA helps its 25,500 members and the public discover and explore the world of 
money fhrough its vast array of educafion and outreach programs, as well as its museum, 
library, publications, conventions and seminars. For more information, call 719-632-2646 or 
go to www.money.org. 


Contact a consignment specialist today to learn more. 

West Coast: 800.458.4646 | East Coast: 800.566.2580 | Consign@StacksBowers.com 


Order of Sale 


Session 3 - U.S. Currency 
Thursday, October 30 - 6:00 PM ET 
Lots 2001-2652 


Category Lot Number 

Colonial Notes 2001-2015 

Continental Currency 2016-2024 

Obsolete Notes 2025-2233 

Miscellaneous Currency 2234 

Confederate Currency 2235-2300 

Large Size Demand Note 2301 

Large Size Legal Tender Notes 2302-2334 

Large Size Silver Certificates 2335-2390 

Large Size Treasury Notes 2391-2397 

Large Size Federal Reserve 

Bank Notes 2398-2406 

Large Size Federal Reserve Notes 2407-2429 

Large Size Gold Certificates 2430-2444 

Fractional Currency 2445-2446 

Military Payment Certificate 2447 

Small Size Legal Tender Notes 2448-2459 

Small Size Silver Certificates 2460-2474 

Small Size Federal Reserve 

Bank Notes 2475-2481 

Small Size Federal Reserve Notes 2482-2545 

Emergency Notes 2546-2551 

Small Size Gold Certificates 2552-2568 

Fancy Serial Numbers 2569-2591 

Error Notes 2592-2605 

National Bank Notes 2606-2652 


Session 7 - U.S. Currency Internet Only 
Ends Tuesday, November 4 
3:00 PM PT 
Lots 13001-13558 


Category Lot Number 

Colonial Notes 13001-13067 

Continental Currency 13068-13074 

Obsolete Notes 13075-13289 

Miscellaneous Currency 13290-13292 

Confederate Currency 13293-13364 

Large Size Legal Tender Notes 13365-13379 

Large Size Silver Certificates 13380-13400 

Large Size Federal Reserve 

Bank Notes 13401-13407 

Large Size Federal Reserve Notes.. 13408-13415 

Large Size Gold Certificates 13416-13417 

Mixed Large Size 13418-13421 

Fractional Currency 13422-13436 

Military Payment Certificates 1 3437-1 3439 

Small Size Legal Tender Notes 13440-13443 

Small Size Silver Certificates 13444-13458 

Small Size Federal Reserve 

BankNotes 13459-13463 

Small Size Federal Reserve Notes.. 13464-13486 

Emergency Notes 13487-13492 

Small Size Gold Certificates 13493-13494 

Mixed Small Size 13495 

Fancy Serial Numbers 13496-13500 

Error Notes 13501-13538 

National BankNotes 13539-13558 


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2001 GA-75a Georgia. 1776. $4 Blue Seal. PCGS Extremely Fine 

40. No. 1979. Blue Liberty Cap seal. Black and red print. 
Five Signatures. A bright and lightly circulated example of 
this scarce Georgia seal type. The color is excellent for the 
grade though the seal fades off a bit on the left side. The 
paper quality appears flawless with no repairs or damage 
apparent. It is difficult to determine what kept this well 
embossed note from receiving the PPQ designation. A quite 
attractive example from this popular series. 

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2002 GA-104a Georgia. June 8, 1777. $2 Red “In”. PCGS 
Apparent Very Fine 35, Minor Stains. No. 108. Red “In” 
in fourth line of text. Sailing ship in red seal at bottom 
right. Five signatures. Moderately circulated with strong 
embossing and good color to printed elements. Better cut 
than many. Some minor stains are seen near the top right 
edge. 

Est. $500-$700 



2003 GA-122. Georgia. May 4, 1778. $20. PMG About 
Uncirculated 50 Net. Edge and Internal Damage, Stained. 

No. 2736. Five signatures. Blue rattlesnake seal. Large 
format and popular two sided series printed at Savannah. 
Faces up very well and amply margined. Back with period 
endorsement at far right margin well away from the 
ornaments. 

Est. $2000-$3000 


2004 Early American Fiscal Paper. State of Massachusetts-Bay. 
Lot of (4) MA-16 Class the Fourth Pine Tree Bonds. A 

quartet from the combined Colonial collections. Mostly 
toned Fine bonds. Mostly devoid of splits, but some with 
bad ink cancels on the signatures. Most are well margined. 
Back mounting remnant on one. 

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2005 MA-260 Massachusetts. October 16, 1778. 12 Pence. 
PCGS Very Fine 25. No. 1191. Signed by Tho. Dawes. 
Codfish issue engraved by Paul Revere. A darkly inked mid- 
grade note from this popular series. Nice full print detail 
seen on front and back. Just one hard fold at center obvious. 
Few minor stains on back. 

Est. $500-$800 

2006 MA-276 Massachusetts. 1779. 5 Shillings and 4 Pence. 
PCGS Apparent Very Fine 35, Edge Splits; Hinge Repair. 

No. 4387. Rising Sun note engraved by Paul Revere and 
printed at his shop. Signed by Tho. Dawes. This note is well 
cut with four full margins. Print quality is very strong with 
full detail seen in the pine tree on back. Edge splits are found 
along horizontal fold, repaired on back right with hinge. 

Est. $400-$600 



2007 MA-277. Massachusetts. December 1, 1782. 5 Shillings. 
Very Fine Net. Repaired. No. 204. Signature of Partidge. 
Revere engraved “Rising Sun” note. Darkly printed and 
fully margined. Great detail noticed in the Pine Tree on the 
reverse. Internal and corner repairs. Great look overall. 

Est. $400-$600 


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2008 NJ-182 New Jersey. March 26, 1776. 3 Pounds. PCGS 
Choice About New 58 PPQ. No. 5033. Vibrant orange with 
blue border cuts. Imprint of Isaac Collins on back. Deep 
embossing is easily noticed on both the face and back. Three 
boldly penned signatures are observed. The cut is a bit tight 
as often seen for this type. Just a couple of light corner tip 
bends keep this from being a Choice New note. 

Est. $600-$900 


2011 NY-197 New York Water Works. March 5, 1776. 8 
Shillings. PCGS Choice About New 58. No. 359. Printed 
by H. Caine. Broadly margined with a bright face. The back 
is a darker stock, as all are and displays an early pumping 
system. Only 2500 were printed. Nearly Uncirculated with 
just a light corner tip fold in the bottom left. 

Est. $1500-$2000 



2009 NJ-182 New Jersey. March 25, 1776. 3 Pounds. PCGS 
Choice About New 55 PPQ. No. 6067. Orange with 
blue border cuts. Imprint of Isaac Collins on back. A well 
embossed and boldly inked note that is nearly Uncirculated. 
Only light corner fold can be observed in the holder. 

Est. $400-$600 

2010 Pennsylvania Colonial Currency. April 10, 1777 

in Black. Lot of (6) Shilling Denomination Notes. 

Partial denomination set of horizontal format Shilling 
denomination notes. Includes I Shilling (heavy corner glue 
stain), 18 Pence, 4 Shillings, 6 Shillings, 16 Shillings, and 
20 Shillings. All EF or better. The first five with hinges and/ 
or mounting traces. The last is nearly Uncirculated, a bit 
unevenly margined. 

Est. $800-$1000 


2012 Pennsylvania Colonial Currency. Lot of (7) Diverse 
Notes from Several Acts. October 1, 1773. 15 Shillings. 
Uncirculated | Same. 20 Shillings. Uncirculated | July 20, 
1775. 10 Shillings. Plate A. About Uncirculated. Back mount 
mark | October 25, 1775. 6 Pence (2). Both Uncirculated. 
One with hinge remnants | Same. 2 Shillings. Uncirculated. 
Well printed. Cluster of left side pinholes | Same. 2 Shillings 
6 Pence. Uncirculated. Pinhole. Well matched notes. 

Est. $800-$1000 



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2013 SC- 156 South Carolina. February 8, 1779. $70. PCGS 
Extremely Fine 45. No. 4420. Three signatures. Thomas 
Coram engraved series. Woman on face leaning on anchor. 
Back Prometheus chained to rock with an eagle preparing to 
eat his liver. From this fascinating series whose backs depict 
scenes from Greek mythology. This $70 is exceptionally well 
printed and bright with mostly full margins. Only lightly 
circulated with no heavy folds or paper faults. Handsome 
for the grade. 

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2014 VA-123, 124, 125 Virginia. October 20, 1777. $1/3, $2/3, 
$1. Uncut Strip of Three. PCGS New 62. Nos. 2447. A rare 
uncut vertical strip of 1777 Virginia Colonial notes. From 
top to bottom the denominations are $1, $2/3, $1/3. Virtus 
standing over slain Tyranny is seen to the left on each note. 
Each is well printed and signed by Woods. Typical tight trim 
for this issue, but still some margins left to be seen. There is 
a margin fold between each note and a few minor toning 
spots, otherwise each note is bright and crisp. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

2015 VA-172 Virginia. May 1, 1780. $2. PCGS Extremely Fine 

45. No. 540. Imprint of Hall and Sellers. Handwritten issue 
date of March 9, 1781. Well cut and boldly printed with 
vivid detail. The red anti-counterfeiting ink on the back is 
bright. Guarantee on the back is signed by Forster Webb. 

Est. $300-$500 


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2016 CC-10 Continental Currency. May 10, 1775. $30. PCGS 
About New 53 PPQ. No. 28032. Boldly inked and well 
printed, this lightly circulated $30 displays flawless paper 
for the grade. The penned signatures and serial number are 
bold, and the Franklin motif emblems found on the back 
present in full detail. 

Est. $600-$900 



2017 CC-19. Continental Congress. February 17, 1776. $1/6. 
PCGS Extremely Fine 45 PPQ. No. 210794. Plate B. Signed 
by William Webb. Imprint of Hall and Sellers. Face and 
back motifs created by Ben Franklin. Sundial on face with 
sun shining down upon it. MIND YOUR BUSINESS and 
FUGIO in emblem. Thirteen interlocking chains on back 
representing the American Colonies. Motto WE ARE ONE 
with AMERICAN CONGREES encircling it at center. This 
fully margined note is darkly printed, clean and traveled only 
lightly through the channels of Colonial commerce. The 
$1/6 denomination is quite scarce in the higher grades as 
it was the smallest denomination of paper money available 
to Colonial America. A choice example that appears nearly 
new. 

Est. $750-$1250 


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2018 CC-20 Continental Currency. February 17, 1776. $1/3. 
PCGS Apparent Extremely Fine 45, Minor Stains; Hinge 
Remnants on Back. No. 73973. Plate B. Boldly inked with 
the popular FUGIO theme including sundial on face and 
interlocking chain links on back. Penned signature and 
serial number remain bold. A nice overall appearance 
despite minor stains and hinge remnants seen in the back 
top corners. 

Est. $500-$700 



2019 CC-50 Continental Currency. November 2, 1776. $5. 
PCGS Apparent New 62, Minor Mounting Remnants on 
Back. No. 66569. Imprint of Hall and Sellers on back. This 
1776 issue $5 comes well margined and darkly inked with 
the appearance of a near Gem note. Some minor remnants 
from prior mounting are noticed in the back corners. 
Overall, the appearance is quite pleasing. 

Est. $500-$800 



2020 CC-61 Continental Currency. February 26, 1777. $8. 
PCGS New 62. No. 42879. Imprint of Hall and Sellers on 
back. Signed by Walker and Johnson. Harp in emblem at 
left. Bright and crisp with natural paper wave observed. This 
Eight is well printed in dark inks, with a better cut than you 
would expect from a 62 graded note. 

Est. $600-$800 



2021 CC-61. Continental Congress. February 26, 1777 at 
Baltimore. $8. Uncirculated. No.56979. Signed by B. 
Levy and Donnellan. A remarkable Levy signed note. The 
signature is a bit deformed as accomplished. Very minor 
corner handling on margin lines that are full or slightly 
wide. Levy signed three resolutions, this Baltimore one 
being the last. 

Est. $675-$875 



2022 CC-62 Continental Currency. February 26, 1777. $30. 
PCGS Choice New 63 PPQ. No. 42879. Imprint of Hall 
and Sellers on back. Choice note with bright paper and full 
margins. Print quality is strong with dark inks and deep 
embossing. The penned signatures of Walker and Johnson 
are strong well as the handwritten serial number. A great 
Franklin motif bill, scarce in such high grade. 

Est. $1500-$1800 



2023 CC-69. Continental Congress. May 20, 1777. First United 
States Issue. $8. About Uncirculated. 

No. 70566. Hard to see left end sheet fold. The face is printed 
lightly, but the back is deeply inked and attractive. Petty 
handling corner handling. 

Est. $900-$1100 


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2024 CC-78. Continental Congress. April 1 1 , 1778 at Yorktown. 
$40. About Uncirculated. 

No. 168903. Printed on thin paper. A little dull. Trimmed in 
slightly at the left and top. Penned inking at the left back 
edge. 

Est.$1100-$1300 

Obsolete Notes 



2025 Montgomery, Alabama. Central Bank of Alabama. 
ND (18xx). $500. PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 Net. 
Tear. Proof. (Haxby AL-65 UNL) Bald, Cousland & Co. 
Philadelphia & New York. Printed in black on India paper 
only. Bold bank title in large oval at center. Denomination 
spelled out in curved panel below. General Lafayette in 
military dress in oval at bottom left. George Washington in 
oval at bottom right. 500 counters in intricate dies at top 
left and right. Handsome Proof of this high denomination 
Alabama bank note. Haxby lists only the orange tinted 
version. The net grade appears to be for a trivial tear from 
the left punch cancellation. 

Est. $500-$800 



2026 Montgomery, Alabama. State of Alabama. May 1, 1867. 
$5. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. Proprietary Proof. 

(Shull Cr. 22A) National Bank Note Company New York. 
Uniface Proprietary Proof. Green border and panel across 
mid-section of note. Black printed design elements. State 
capitol in Montgomery at center. Portrait of Governor 
Robert M. Patton in oval at bottom right. Cotton bloom 
lower left. Counters “V” and “5” at top left and right. Issued 
examples of this post-Civil War Alabama State issue are 
prohibitively rare, and these Proprietary Proofs represent 
the only realistic option for collectors to secure an example 
of the design type. Rare in their own right, Shull gives these 
an R-10 rarity rating indicating a surviving population of 5 
to 15. This example displays perfect color and full margins. 

Est. $600-$900 



2027 Little Rock, Arkansas. Little Rock Certificate of 
Indebtedness. December 10, 1872. $1. PMG Fine 15. 

(Rothert 424-2) American Bank Note Co. N.Y. A scarce 
post-war city scrip note. These “Certificates of Indebtedness” 
typically come well worn with a myriad of problems. While 
this $I note did see its share of circulation, it remains 
wholesome and free of any defects. 

Est. $400-$600 



2028 Bridgeport, Connecticut. Bridgeport Bank. ND (18xx). 
$4. About Uncirculated. Proof. (CT-25 G72). Casilear, 
Durand, Burton & Edmonds. India paper only. Top center, 
hebe and eagle. Left end, oxen in stream. Right end, custom 
view of Bridgeport harbor. Very rare Proof from an imprint 
not in the ABNCo. archive sales. An unusual denomination 
from this state. Though the type is plated in Haxby, it is a 
certain high Rarity- 7 note, with only two known to us 
including this example. Very stylish. Tiny tip point lower 
left nicked and two POC in the signatures. 

Est. $1200-$1600 

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2029 Bridgeport, Connecticut. Bridgeport Bank. ND (18xx). 
$5. Uncirculated. Proof. (CT-25 G82 Unlisted). Casilear, 
Durand, Burton & Edmonds. India paper only. Top center, 
winged beast draws chariot with goddess. Left, Washington. 
Right, male portrait (difficult attribution). Fabulous unlisted 
type on this series, with only the $4 listed from the CDBE 
imprint. Incredibly stylish and boasting deep, dark black 
inldng. Cut a bit closely, but exceedingly rare and desirable. 
Last sold in 2007 at the September Long Beach Sale and off 
the market since. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Crusader Collection. 



2030 Hartford, Connecticut. City Bank of Hartford. ND 
(18xx). $5. Uncirculated. Proof. (CT-140 G14 SENG). 
Danforth, Bald & Co. India paper mounted on original 
card. Under title, Moneta seated by shield with elk. Lower 
left, oval with maiden and sheaf. Lower right. Liberty. Bold 
and pleasing type from the 1990 ABN Sale where there were 
few present. Virtually Gem. Stamped on the back of the card 
by the American Banknote Company. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Crusader Collection. 



2031 Hartford, Connecticut. Farmers & Mechanics Bank. 
ND (18xx). $100. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (CT-155 
G35) Draper Underwood Bald & Spencer. India paper 
only. Center, Battle of Bunker Hill. Date of June 17, 1775 
is seen below the Battle of Bunker Hill vignette. Left and 
right, three women seated. One of the highlights of Peter 
Mayers collection. Extremely important and rarely seen 
historical vignette. Sold in the ABNC sale in 1990, part of 
lot 60 Unique and virtually Gem. 

Est. $5000-$7000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 




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2032 Hartford, Connecticut. Hartford Bank. ND (180x). 
$1. Uncirculated. Proof. (CT-165 G44a). A Reed sculpt. 
Thick laid paper. Bottom center, Connecticut Arms in 
oval. Ornate end panels with cartouches. The Haxby Plate 
Note. A key and very early Connecticut Reed proof kept by 
Ford until the 1999 Stacks Americana Sale (lot 619). Wide 
side margins, but there is some modest foxing specks. An 
extreme rarity. Ex EAHA June 2206 Sale: 933; Ford and 
Boyd via the 1999 Americana Sale. 

Est. $800-$1200 

From the Crusader Collection. 


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2033 Jewett City, Connecticut. Jewett City Bank. ND (18xx). 
$5. Uncirculated. Proof. (CT-205 G32 SENC). Draper, 
Underwood, Bald & Spencer/N. & S.S. Jocelyn, N.Y. & N. 
Haven. India paper mounted on card. Top center, ornate 5 
with five figures. Left, Justice in oval. Right end, medallion 
heads. Very rare bank and series; the note exceedingly rare 
and might only be known in this Proof form. Haxby listing 
with different imprint than seen here, but clearly fits into the 
series. Two POC. Ex Smythe Schingoethe Part 1 1 July 2007 
Memphis Sale: 3874. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Crusader Collection. 




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2034 New Haven, Connecticut. Elm City Bank. ND (18xx). $2. 
Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (CT-275 G4 SENC). Joceyln, 
Draper, Welsh & Co./ American Bank Note Company. India 
paper only. Lower right, wide scene of shipwrights at work 
on a hull. Lower left, girl with hen and chicks. Very well laid 
out. The issued notes from this series sometimes used the 
yellow overlaid Seropyen patent tint. This is significantly 
rarer. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Crusader Collection. 



2035 New Haven, Connecticut. New Haven Bank. ND (18xx). 
$3. Uncirculated. Proof. (CT-290 G84) Underwood, Bald 
& Spencer. India paper mounted on archive book paper. 
Top center. Sailor standing on wharf, ships in harbor. Left 
end, early train in oval. Right end, Washington. Handsome 
and rare type. Not known issued to us. Appears to be from 
the 1990 ABN Sale with ‘ghosting” on the back of the 
archive page. Some minor glue remnants on the face left of 
the signature block from the archives. Boldly printed and 
handsome. 

Est. $800-$1200 

From the Crusader Collection. 


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“First Sabbath” Vignette 



2036 New Haven, Connecticut. New Haven Bank. ND 
(18xx). $20. About Uncirculated. Proof. (CT-290 G184). 
Wellstood, Hay & Whiting, New York & New Haven. India 
paper only. Center, Liberty seated with shield, pole, and cap; 
train and vessels in background. Top left, “Eirst Sabbath 
Quinnipiack 1638. Lower right, young female wearing hat. 
Slight edge nick on left margin, paper is a bit wrinkly from 
the back but graded accordingly. Small cutout under left 
signature which has been covered on back. A very rare Proof 
with just two confirmed examples. Smythe Schingoethe 
Part 7 sale #262 Lot 1019. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2037 New London, Connecticut. Union Bank in New London. 
ND (18xx). $3. Net Extremely Fine. Proof. (CT-320 G176). 
Danforth, Spencer & Hufty/Spencer, Hufty & Danforth. 
India paper only. Top center, maiden with cows. Left end, 
standing Liberty. Incorporation date ‘T792” at bottom. Ex 
ABN Sale example. Very boldly printed Proof. The Union 
Bank was one of the nations earliest incorporated banks 
and New London one of Americas busiest ports and home 
to part of its whaling fleet. Slightly rough at the lower left 
corner from crude dismounting, but not noticed due to 
black printing. Ex Smythe Schingoethe Sale #268: part of lot 
2014. 

Est. $600-$800 

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2038 New London, Connecticut. Union Bank in New London. 
ND (18xx). $5. Extremely Fine. Proof. (CT-320 G194). 
Danforth, Spencer & Hufty/ Spencer, Hufty & Danforth. 
India paper only. Top center, men unloading a hay wagon. 
Left end, brig in oval (note the large star in center flag). Base 
vignette of loom. Ex ABN Sale. This type likely known only 
as a proof. The issued notes used a red numerical protector. 
Only the Haxby Plate Note is known to us of this type. Some 
minor wrinkling at the corners from dismounting and a 
small nick at the left end. Ex Smythe Schingoethe Sale #268: 
part of lot 2014. 

Est. $500-$700 

From the Crusader Collection. 



2039 Norwalk, Connecticut. Fairfield County Bank. ND 
(18xx). $5. Net About Uncirculated. Proof. (CT-335 G72). 
Danforth, Spencer & Hufty/ Spencer, Hufty & Danforth. 
India paper mounted on archive book paper. Top center, 
paddlewheeler on open seas. Left, Justice standing over 
counter. Rare bank for genuine note. Bold proof and 
formerly from 1990 ABN Sale. A Gem look, but some 
minor POC tearing the far left one. Hard to see. Desirable 
Connecticut location. Ex Smythe Schingoethe Part 2: 4039. 

Est. $800-$1200 

From the Crusader Collection. 



2040 Southport, Connecticut. Southport Bank. ND (18xx). 
$5. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (CT-395 G8 SENC). 
Danforth, Bald & Co. India paper mounted on original 
card. Top center, Moneta seated next to shield (looks like 
the Pennsylvania version). Lower left, rare vignette of 
Washingtons Headquarters at Newburgh. Lower right, 
Jenny Lind with discretely placed harp at base. Genuine 
notes from the bank are rare, and the emitter was subject to 
all sorts of counterfeits and spurious types. The proofs that 
appeared in the 1990 ABN Sale were interesting with type 
boasting a rarely used vignette of Washington Headquarters. 
Very bold and virtually, if not all there. Gem. A beauty. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Crusader Collection. 


Scarce “Putnam’s Escape” Vignette 



2041 Stamford, Connecticut. Stamford Bank. ND (18xx). $1. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (CT-405-G2) Casilear, Durand 
& Co. New- York. India paper only. Center, Putnams Escape 
vignette. Israel Putnam on horseback going down stone 
staircase with Redcoats in pursuit. Left end, framed portrait 
of Israel Putnam. Upper right, boy on horseback as it is shod 
by blacksmith. Identical counters in upper left and lower 
right corners. Durand History, pages 118-119. Another one 
of the rarer historical vignette types appearing on only this 
one obsolete bank and series and some advertising notes. A 
lovely proof that shows with some minor wrinkling. 

Est. $3000-$5000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2042 Cantwells Bridge, Delaware. New Castle County Bank. 
ND (18xx). $5. Uncirculated. Proof. (DE-5 G6) Danforth, 
Wright & Co. Philadelphia & New York. India paper on card. 
Left, Men harvesting wheat. Rare bank and denomination as 
only two are known from the ABNC sale. Superior quality 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2043 Smyrna, Delaware. Bank of Smyrna. ND (18xx). $5. 
Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (DE-65 G46). Underwood, 
Bald & Spencer. India paper mounted on original archive 
book paper. Top center, man standing with woman 
watching four men working in field. Flanking, medallion 
heads. Identical ends, cameo head in center with corner 5 
counters. Rare type and not pictured in Haxby. There were 
three examples only in lot 156 of the 1990 ABN Sale. Please 
note the imprint is not identical to the Haxby listing. Very 
bold, perfectly framed and attractive. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Crusader Collection. 


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2044 Smyrna, Delaware. Bank of Smyrna. ND (18xx). $5. 
Uncirculated. Proof. (DE-65 G48A) Danforth, Wright 
& Co. Philadelphia & New York. India paper only. Full 
brownish-orange lace tint across note. Top, Women with 
cattle. Lower left, father with family. This was the only 
example sold in the ABNC sale. Perfect paper quality with a 
tight top margin. 

Est. $1250-$1750 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2045 Wilmington, Delaware. Union Bank of Delaware. ND 
(18xx). $2. Uncirculated. Proof. (DE-80 G4 SENG) Draper, 
Toppan, Longacre & Co. Philadelphia & New York. India 
paper mounted on original card. Lower Left, women with 
bushels of wheat. Top right, women seated with steam and 
sail ship in background. This example is unique and has 
been off the market for 24 years when it was purchased by 
Peter from the ABNC sale in 1990. It was sold as Lot 164. A 
lovely proof. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2046 Alexandria, District of Columbia. Mechanics Bank of 
Alexandria. ND (18xx). $10. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. 

(DC-20 GIO). Murray Draper, Fairman & Co. India paper 
only Top center, masons at work on a short wall. Ends with 
intricate pattern, right with ALEXANDRIA in cartouche. 
Base, scroll with ‘’Chartered by Congress”. Very rare early 
bank from the Alexandria, just across the Potomac from 
Washington proper. We only know of this and the Haxby 
Plate Note issued example. Very bold and well pedigreed 
being from the exceptional Stack’s Haverford Sale which 
included great rarities from the Pre-1830 proof imprints. 
This was certainly a highlight and early District proofs are 
not often encountered. Condition and great rarity favor this 
example. Ex Stack’s Haverford Collection Sale, November 7, 
2008, lot 2020; prior, should be from the 1990 ABN Sale. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Crusader Collection. 



2047 Washington, District of Columbia. International Bank. 
1858. $5. About Uncirculated. Remainder. (DC-260 G8). 
American Bank Note Company Full red lace tint across 
note with white outlined lazy 5 protector bottom. Bowed 
title across bottom, along the arc are five portraits: Jackson, 
Buchanan, Washington, Jefferson, and Clay Upper corners 
with counters. Numbered, signed by Cashier and dated, but 
not signed by the bank president. Very unique layout and 
style. Bold color. Extremely handsome type. Like many of 
the types in the Crusader Collection, unusual and not often 
encountered. Faces up as a new looking note. Some handling 
seen from the back and very petty ink corrosion in some 
places of the date and signature. Ex Smythe Schingoethe 
Part 2: 4065. 

Est. $1200-$1600 

From the Crusader Collection. 



2048 Jacksonville, Florida. Bank of St. Johns. March 1 , 1 862. $2. 
PCGS Apparent Very Fine 30 “Small Edge Tear Bottom 
Right of Center.” A scarce issuer, and a denomination we 
have not seen offered for some time. These were circulating 
Certificates of Deposit which were redeemable in “current 
funds,” likely Confederate treasury notes. This is a bright 
and evenly circulated Two with bold inks. The small edge 
tear mentioned by the grading service is present, but well 
concealed. 

Est. $500-$700 



2049 Columbus, Georgia. Bank of Columbus. Sept. 1, 1856. 
$100. About Uncirculated. Proof. (GA-105 G70 Unlisted). 
Bald, Cousland & Co./Baldwin, Bald, Cousland & Co. India 
paper only. No protector. Center, very large and ornate C 
encloses seated frontiersman by fire with his trusty canine. 
Counters upper corners. The issued notes used orange 
protectors. Some wrinkling seen at the left (more so from 
the back). Sharp looking type. 

Est. $800-$1000 

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2050 Columbus, Georgia. The City Council of Columbus. 
March 1, 1832. 6-1/4 Cents. Very Fine. (Haxby-Not 
Listed) Rawdon, Wright & Hatch New York. No. 1806, Plate 
A. Uniface. Cherub with drapery and basket top center. 
Denomination in die at top left and right. 6 1/4 in panel 
at lower left, CENTS in panel at lower right. An incredibly 
rare early Georgia municipal scrip piece. Fully signed and 
issued with full boarders and dark inks. An incredible feat 
of survival in this just moderately circulated condition. 
Easily high R-11 or better and no doubt missing from most 
advanced Georgia collections. We have been unable to 
locate any prior offerings of any notes of this issue. A tiny 
margin tear at top left affects nothing. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



205 1 Hawkinsville, Georgia. Bank of Hawkinsville. ND ( 1 83x) . 
$10. Uncirculated. Proof. (GA-180 G28 SENC). Draper, 
Underwood, Bald & Spencer. India paper mounted on 
original card. Top center, seated America with Ceres and 
sailor. Identical ends, cherubs in center with X counters in 
corners. Exceedingly rare and ”No Data Available” to Haxby. 
All notes from the bank are rare. Toned overall, much more 
so from the back. An important Georgia proof Ex Smythe 
Schingoethe Part 4: 1621. 

Est. $1200-$1600 

From the Crusader Collection. 



2052 Savannah, Georgia. Planters Bank of the State of Georgia. 
1860. $2. PMG Choice Fine 15 Net. Previously Mounted, 
Rust. (GA-320 G20a) Man and woman with horses at 
trough at left. Maiden blows dandelion in upper right. 
Cherub in bottom right corner. Black and vermillion print. 
Bank title wiggles across the span of the note. Stamped serial 
number 938 in blue. A rare Georgia bank note valued at a 
stout $100 in Very Fine in Haxby nearly 30 years ago. We 
have been unable to track any auction appearances for this 
design over the years. Fully issued with good color. The 
issues mentioned by the grading service are pretty minor 
and observed primarily on the back. 

Est. $300-$500 



2053 Cairo, Illinois. Planters Bank. ND (18xx). $1. 

Uncirculated. Proof. (IL-90 G2a) American Bank Note 
Company. India paper only. Green protector with single 
counter top center. Center, Man with cattle. Left, Large 
ornate “1”. Two small hinges are noted on the back. A lovely 
and rare proof. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2054 Momence, Illinois. Bank of Momence. Dec. 1, 1860. $2. 
Very Fine. Remainder. (IL-530 G4a). American Bank 
Note Company. Full deep vermillion frame around, white 
outlined TWO DOLLARS right, upper left 2 die, and micro- 
lettered bottom center panel with cursive FIVE protector. 
Top center, seated maiden with cows. Lower left, children 
with colt. Lower right, Illinois die. Rare remainder and 
numbered 593. May have been used for an archive piece 
by the bank. Very bold color. Folds seen from the back and 
initial appearance of a new note. Great pedigree. Privately 
from Hugh Shull, but prior to that Collection of Western 
Gentlemen, Smythe #207, CPMX Sale 2001, lot 2223. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

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2055 Pittsfield, Illinois. Highland Bank. ND (18xx). $10. PMG 
Choice About Uncirculated 58 Net. Tear Proof. (IL-650 
G4P SENC). Baldwin, Bald & Cousland, New York. India 
paper mounted on card. Men gather and load hay onto 
wagon at center. State Seal of Illinois in bottom right corner. 
10 Counters in intricate dies in the other three corners. Well 
concealed tear from right edge. Light bend in bottom right 
corner. Appearance of Choice Uncirculated. A rare bank 
represented only by this $10 design and that of a $5. Both 
known only in Proof form. 

Est. $600-$800 

Extremely Rare 

“Finding the Red Ear” Vignette 



2056 Pittsfield, Illinois. Pittsfield Bank. ND (18xx). $5. About 
Uncirculated. Proof. (IL-655 G6) American Bank Note 
Company. Draper, Welsh & Co. Philadelphia. India paper 
only. Top right. Binding the Red Ear. Left, Eemale portrait 
in ornate counter. Lower left, Illinois state die. This note is 
believed to be unique. Lovely layout seen with rare vignette. 
Ex. Schingoethe Part 8; Smythe sale #265; 10/12/2006: lot 
2412. Two hinges at left and right are seen on the back. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2057 Quincy, Illinois. Quincy City Bank. ND (I85x). $10. 
Uncirculated. Proof. (IL-675 GIO) Toppan, Carpenter, 
Casilear & Co. India paper only. Title across top. Bottom 
center, iron workers in mill. Lower right, male portrait. 
Lower left, Illinois die. The Haxby Plate Note. Extremely rare 
and only the $20 Haxby Plate and this $10 are known to us 
from this bank. Very bold example. A private purchase, but 
very likely part of the Schingoethe core Illinois collection at 
one time. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

From the Crusader Collection. 














2058 Shawanee Town, Illinois. Bank of Illinois. ND (I8I0’s). 
$5. About Uncirculated. Proof. (IL-740 G32 SENC). 
Murray Draper Eairman & Co. India paper only. Eemale 
seated at top center holder “5” with town in the background. 
Ornate EIVE panels at left and right. Scarce early proof. Part 
of the 1990 ABNC sale. Ex. Schingoethe Part 8 Smythe #265 
10/12/06, lot 2424. Three small hinges are seen on the back. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2059 Paducah, Kentucky. Commercial Bank of Kentucky. ND 
(18xx). $1. About Uncirculated. Proof. (KY-255 G46a) 
American Bank Note Company. India paper only. Green 
protector with single counter at left. Center, female seated, 
map of Kentucky, two hunters in canoe. Right, women 
holding dove. Rare and desirable custom vignette. Corners 
all have repairs a small portion of the right margin have 
repairs. A trophy Kentucky obsolete. Ex. Smythe #274 
Schingoethe Part 12 Nov. 1st 2007; Lot 5878. 

Est. $3000-$5000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2060 Paducah, Kentucky. Commercial Bank of Kentucky. ND 
(18xx). $2. About Uncirculated. Proof. (KY-255 G94a) 
American Bank Note Company. India paper only. Green 
protector with single counter at left. Center, female seated, 
map of Kentucky, two hunters in canoe. Left, portrait of 
a women. Rare and desirable custom vignette. All four 
corners have repairs. Couple large repaired tears up top. A 
trophy Kentuclq^ obsolete and the only one we have seen, 
may be unique 

Est. $4000-$6000 

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2061 New Orleans, Louisiana. H. Fassmann & Co.. March 
22, 1862. 25 Cents. Choice About Uncirculated. Steam 
powered train in oval at top center. 25 CENTS 25 from top 
to bottom in panel at left end. TWENTY-FIVE CENTS in 
panel at right end. Large 25 counters at either side of central 
vignette. Bright red 25 CENTS protector centered below 
issuer title. A gorgeous high grade example of this rare 
Louisiana scrip note. The crisp paper is well embossed and 
very bright and the inks are quite fresh. Overall the look of a 
new note. We have only seen one other offered, an impaired 
Very Fine that realized $529 in 2013. 

Est. $800-$1000 







2062 Bangor, Maine. Eastern Bank. May 16, 1842. $5. Very 
Fine. (ME-60 A15). Patent Stereotype Steel Plate. Perkins 
Plate design. Altered from another note by changing the 
bank title, (as is true of the example in the Smithsonian 
Institution). Attractive overall. 

Est. $250-$350 



2063 Bucksport, Maine. Bucksport Bank. Oct. 10, 1854. $3. 
Uncirculated. Proof. (ME-235 G8 variant). Bald, Adams 
& Co., New York / Bald, Cousland & Co., Philada. India 
paper. ABNCo stamp on back. No tint. Top left, defiant 
eagle with flags, shield, olive branch, and arrows. Top center 
right, resting dog (boxer) framed by heraldic collar. Lower 
right, girl shading eyes at corner of table. Tears at bottom at 
cancellations. Taped on back. 

Est. $350-$450 


2064 Ellsworth, Maine. Hancock Bank. July 1, 185x. $3. 
Uncirculated. Proprietary Proof. (ME-295 G6). Rawdon, 
Wright, Hatch & Edson, New York / New England Bank 
Note Co., Boston. Printed direct to card. ABNCo stamp on 
back. Top center, farmer, sailor, and laborer with three gold 
dollars. Left end, seated Liberty, Right end, put to, scallop 
shell, and dolphin. 

Est. $450-$650 



2065 Hallowell, Maine. Central Bank. Jun. 10, 1843. $1. Good. 

(ME-355 G4 SENG). No imprint. Perkins Plate design. No 
data on any note of this bank in Haxby. 

In 1829 the Bank of Vassalborough relocated to 
Hallowell and became the Central Bank. In 1837 the Bank 
Commission reported that no records had been kept of the 
meetings of directors or stockholders, and that all business 
was conducted by the cashier. The charter expired in 1847 
and was not renewed. No matter, the bank kept issuing bills 
as late as 1849! In 1850 it closed up, remarkably without any 
loss to the public. 

Est. $250-$400 



2066 Portland, Maine. Casco Bank. July 1, 1854. $1. Fine. (ME- 
435 G12a). Toppan, Carpenter, Casilear & Co., New York 
& Phila. Red ONE protector. Top center, seated Commerce 
with bale and barrels. Left end, bank building with 
pedestrians on side walk. Lower right, sailor with sextant 
and capstan. Top right corner missing. 

Est. $450-$650 


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2067 Portland, Maine. The Bank of Cumberland. Oct. 1, 1863. 
$2 PCGS Very Fine 35 PPQ. (ME-445 G24). Danforth, 
Wright & Co.. New- York & Phil. Red tinting with TWO 
protectors incorporated. Center, woman stands at center 
reading to three others. Upper corners, intricate dies. A 
beautiful DW color note with a striking central vignette, not 
often used. The color is stunning. One of the finest we have 
ever seen. Much rarer than the $1 notes from this series. 
We sold a Fine example for $940 in our November 2013 
Baltimore sale. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2068 Portland, Maine. International Bank. Nov. 1, 1862. $20. 
Choice Fine, punch canceled. (ME-465 G12a). American 
Bank Note Company. Full green tint pattern of repeating 
engine-turned elements and micro lettering. Center, farmer 
plowing behind team of horses. Upper left and lower right, 
portraits of young women. 

Est. $500-$650 



2069 Portland, Maine. Maine Bank (2nd). Oct. 22, 1837. $5. 
Choice Fine. (ME-470 G16). Patent Stereotype Steel Plate. 
Perkins Plate design. 

Chartered in 1831 this bank was active during the decade, 
but succumbed to the effects of the Panic of 1837. In 1843 
the final elements of liquidation took place. 

Est. $250-$350 


2070 Sanford, Maine. Sanford County Bank. September 13, 
1860. $20. PCGS Very Fine 25. (ME-535 G28a) New 
England Bank Note Co. Boston. Red “XX TWENTY” 
Protectors. Ben Franklin vignette bottom right, various 
female vignettes at top. Scarce denomination and very 
strong condition. Strong vignette detail and solid paper. 
Quite beautiful. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2071 Thomaston, Maine. Georges Bank. 4, 1853. $1. About 
Good. (ME-555 G2a). New England Bank Note Co., Boston. 
Brown ONE protector. Upper left. Commerce seated with 
rudder, sextant, and barrel; sailing vessels in distance. This 
is a major rarity among Maine notes. 

This bank was incorporated on February 14, 1852, with 
an authorized capital of $50,000. In 1865 its interests were 
succeeded by the Georges National Bank of Thomaston. 
By 1867 only $627 in notes remained unaccounted for. 
Probably, most had been lost or destroyed by that time. 
Right end of note, and two left corners missing. 

Est. $500-$650 



2072 Waterville, Maine. Waterville Bank. May 1, 1854. $1. 
Fine. (ME-601 G2a). New England Bank Note Co., Boston. 
Top center, figures of Commerce and Justice flanking ornate 
numeral 1. Lower left, George Washington. Lower right, 
Benjamin Franklin. 

The first Waterville Bank was chartered in 1813 in the 
Maine District of Massachusetts. The second, relevant here, 
was chartered on July 21, 1850, with a capital of $50,000. In 
1865 its interests were succeeded by the Waterville National 
Bank. 

Est. $350-$500 


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2073 Baltimore, Maryland. Marine Bank. ND (18xx). $10. Net 
Very Fine. Proof. (MD-90 G62 Unlisted type). Murray, 
Draper, Fairman & Co. India paper only. Top center, early 
ships off coast with fort. Ornate end panels. Extremely rare 
and unknown type. Impaired at the left end, back sealed with 
some hinges. Not bad looking at all. Penciled ‘C.Toppah at 
left signature. 

Est. $500-$700 

From the Crusader Collection. 



2074 Baltimore, Maryland. Marine Bank. ND (18xx). $20. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (MD-90 G74 Unlisted type). 
No imprint, but by Murray, Draper, Fairman & Co. India 
paper mounted on archive paper sheet. Top center, sailing 
ship. Ornate end panels. Gorgeous early note and from an 
unlisted series. License to be a unique example. Ex Smythe 
Schingoethe Part 2: 4145. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Crusader Collection. 


2075 Boston, Massachusetts. Atlantic Bank. May, 1 (18xx). 
$500. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-100 G98) 

American Bank Note Company. India paper only. Center, 
farmer and son talk with sailor, capstan, anchor, sailing ships 
in distance. Title is penciled in at top. Most likely the Haxby 
plate note. Probably unique. Repair at right cancellation. 
Our estimate will most likely prove to be very conservative. 
Ex. Tom Denly, Ex. Smythe Sale 253; Schingoethe Part 4: Lot 
3631. 

Est. $1250-$1750 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2076 Boston, Massachusetts. Atlantic Bank. ND (18xx). $5. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA- 100 UNL) Toppan, 
Carpenter & Co. New York & Philadelphia. India paper 
mounted on card. Title across top. Lovely script text 
throughout. Black and white. Some minor damage to top 
margin and lower left corner. 

Est. $800-$1200 

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Choice Boston Color Proof Rarity 



2077 Boston, Massachusetts. Boston Bank. ND (186x). $50. Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-115 GllO) American Bank Note Company. India 
paper only Green protector FIFTY with single 50 counter top left. Top, sail boats. Left state Arms. Right, women seated. Exceedingly 
rare. A beauty and superb quality India paper proof. The color vibrant as the day it was printed. Also including in this lot is the right 
vignette on separate card. 

Est. $4000-$6000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 




2078 Boston, Massachusetts. Globe Bank of Boston. ND (18xx). 
$500. Extremely Fine. Proof. (MA-210 G62) New England 
Bank Note Co. Boston. Perkins Stereotype Steel Plate. India 
paper only. Title at top with counter end panels. Extremely 
rare and possibly unique. There are some well repaired tears 
internally as well as top right. Ex. Tom Denly. Ex. Smythe 
Sale #253 Schingoethe part 4; Lot 3645. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



$1000 Globe Bank of Boston Proof 


2079 Boston, Massachusetts. Globe Bank of Boston. ND 
(18xx). $1000. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-210 G64) 
New England Bank Note Co. Boston. Perkins Stereotype 
Steel Plate. India paper on card. Title at top with counter 
end panels. Extremely rare and possibly unique. Some 
minor foxing is noted and tightly trimmed bottom margin. 
An excellent opportunity to obtain an extremely rare high 
denomination Massachusetts obsolete bank proof. Ex. 
Smythe Sale #257, Schingoethe part 5; Lot 2702. 

Est. $3000-$5000 

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Occupational Title and Vignette Rarity 



2080 Boston, Massachusetts. Hide & Leather Bank. October 1, 1857. $5. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-240 G8a SENC). Danforth, 
Wright & Co., Boston, New York & Philad. India paper only. Red micro -lettered repeating FIVE panel outlining white protector FIVE 
at bottom. Top center, detailed tannery scene depicting many men dressing leather, diagonal perspective towards the rear. Upper corner, 
overlapped repeating FIVE counters, V left and 5 right. Bottom corners, identical hexagonal counters. All SENC bank title in Haxby. 
The 1990 ABN sale had some unique sheets and this $5 proof is one of only four in the sale. We have sold two others. The 52 collection 
example for $7,475.00 in 2010, and another in our 2011 ANA sale for $5,750.00. 

Est. $4000-$6000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2081 Boston, Massachusetts. Merchants Bank. July 1, 1859. 
$5. Choice Very Fine. (MA-285 G24b) Rawdon, Wright, 
Hatch & Edison. Full red under-tint with outlined “FIVE” 
protector at lower center. Impressive central vignette of a 
city scene with Justice seated at left and composite rendition 
of a large “5” counter at right with separate styling making 
up the digit. Bold manuscript details heighten the appeal 
and soft and subtle circulation give the look of a higher 
grade. 

Est. $2500-$3500 


Merchants Bank $100 Proof 




2082 Boston, Massachusetts. Merchants Bank. ND (18xx). 
$100. Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-285 G56) Rawdon, Wright 
& Hatch, Boston. India paper mounted on yellow paper. 
Merchants bank building top center. Ceres upper left state 
arms lower right. Steam ship lower center. A note which is 
likely the Haxby plate note. Ex. Smythe Schingoethe Part 11, 
2007. Lot 3948. 

Est. $3000-$5000 

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2083 Boston, Massachusetts. North Bank. January 1, 1863. 
$100. Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-320 G102c) American 
Bank Note Co., New- York. India paper only. Green 
“HUNDRED” and “C” protectors. Green “100” counter 
upper left and black upper right. Liberty seated at left and 
America right. Woman seated top center with arm over 
cameo of Franklin with train left and men flying kite in 
storm right. A rare proof and certainly missing in even 
comprehensive collections. Several repairs are seen with 
four above the punch cancels and upper right margin, some 
with redrawn areas of the design. Paper pull at bottom right 
of verso. 


Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2084 Boston, Massachusetts. Suffolk Bank. ND (18xx). $50. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-370 G136) Reed. India 
paper only. Justice reclining on box with “50” at center, ship 
and fort in background. A rare higher denomination proof 
of this attractive Reed styling and one of a delightful group 
we are offering. Wide left and right margins with just a 
corner tip fold at the top right which does not impede upon 
the impression. Ex. Smythe New York City July 2009. Lot 
2205. 


Est. $800-$1200 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2085 Boston, Massachusetts. Suffolk Bank. ND (18xx). $100. 
Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-370 G148) Reed. India 
paper only Haxby plate note. Reclining woman top center 
holding “C.” Ships and fort in background. Appealing 
“100” dies at upper left and right and lower center. Gothic 
text with typical ornate Reed style left and right ends. Ex. 
Smythe Schingoethe Part 3, 2005. Lot 1804. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 


2086 Boston, Massachusetts. Union Bank. ND (18xx0. $100. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-385 G254) India paper 
mounted to card. Washington top center in frame with seals 
within, flags flanking. State seal at lower left and cherub 
in small sail boat in turbulent sea right. Steam ship lower 
center. An impressive proof note and with only a small tear 
and clipped corner at upper left. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 


Likely Unique Bunker Hill 



Bank $500 Proof 


2087 Charlestown, Massachusetts. Bunker Hill Bank. ND 
(18xx). $500. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-470 
Unlisted Type) New England Bank Note Co., Boston. 
Archival remainder printed on banknote paper. Woman 
at left seated with sheaves pointing towards field with 
workers upper left. Appealing red “THE BUNKER HILL 
BANK,” title at center with lathe right end with “500.” 
Punch cancels at signature panels. An extremely important 
$500 denomination on this very popular bank name. Likely 
unique and the example that came from the Smythe 2000 
Memphis sale which contained a trove of NEBN material. 
Ex. Smythe Schingoethe Part 2, 2005. Lot 4175. 

Est. $5000-$7000 

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Impressive Monument Bank 
$10 Proof 



2088 Charlestown, Massachusetts. Monument Bank. ND 
(18xx). $10. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-475 GIO) 
Toppan, Carpenter & Co., New York, Philadelphia & 
Boston. India paper mounted to card. Fortification of 
Bunker Hill at left. Large bust of George Washington center. 
Bunker Hill monument as it was during the 1850 s at right. 
A significant historical vignette offering that certainly is a 
design missing in even comprehensive collections. A pair 
of soft diagonal folds at the lower right due to improper 
handling is all we mention. The last proof to sell from this 
issuer to our knowledge was the Five Dollar proof within 
our sale of the 52 Collection part II in January of 201 1. That 
note showcasing a vignette of the Battle of Bunker hill, an 
India paper only proof, saw spirited bidding and realized 
$5,175. We would expect similar interest in this offering 
tonight. 

Est. $3000-$5000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2090 Bridgewater, Massachusetts. East Bridgewater Bank. ND 
(18xx). $3. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-545 G12) 
Terry, Pelton & Co., Boston & Providence. India paper only. 
Cattle in barn top center, Franklin lower left and farmer with 
sheaf upper right. Intricate lathe left end with “THREE” 
with matching upper right “3” in square. One of a trio we 
are offering on this scarce issuer. Ex. Smythe Schingoethe 
Part 2, 2005. Lot 4184. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2091 East Bridgewater, Massachusetts. East Bridgewater Bank. 
ND (18xx). $5. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-545 G14 
SENC) Terry, Pelton & Co., Boston & Providence. India 
paper only. Upper left center portrait of Washington, child 
seated on horse as being shoed at right. Ben Franklin lower 
right. A small glue stain at lower left and hinge at back. Well 
matched to the Three Dollar note we are also offering. Ex. 
Smythe Schingoethe Part 1, 2005. Lot 1738. 

Est. $1250-$1750 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 




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2089 Dedham, Massachusetts. Dedham Bank. ND (Aug 20, 
18xx). $3. Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-520 Unlisted series). 
Murray, Draper, Fairman & Co. India paper mounted on 
archive book paper. Title and obligations, flanking counters 
3 at the top and III bottom. Ornate end panels. An unlisted 
series payable to bank cashiers, but demand payable. Unique 
example from lot 710 of the 1990 ABN Sale. Ex Smythe 
Schingoethe Part 2: 4178 

Est. $800-$1200 

From the Crusader Collection. 


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Lovely Fairhaven $50 Color Proof 



2092 Fairhaven, Massachusetts. Fairhaven Bank. ND (186x). 
$50. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-565 G84a) 
American Bank Note Company. India paper only. Children 
with horse lower left, cameo of Washington upper left 
center. Children with cattle in field top center and woman 
feeding chickens at right. “FIFTY” grille protector at lower 
center with ornate “L” at center. Green “50” dies at upper 
left and right. Very attractive detail and color with just some 
mounting remnants at the back mentioned. 

Est. $4000-$6000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 


Likely Unique Bank 
of Cape Ann Three Dollar Proof 



2093 Gloucester, Massachusetts. Bank of Cape Ann. ND ( 1 8xx) . 
$3. Proof. (MA-620 G6a) American Bank Note Company, 
New York - Jocelyn, Draper, Welsh & Co. India paper 
mounted to album paper. Farmer with scythe upper left, 
woman milks cow while another feeds chickens center. Red 
“THREE” protector lower center. A note that was unique in 
the 1990 ABN sale and originally sold as an uncut pair with 
a $10 proof, lot 715. 

Est. $4000-$6000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 


Unique Haverhill Bank 
Two Dollar Proof 



2094 Haverhill, Massachusetts. Haverhill Bank. January 1, 
18xx. $2. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-670 G14) 
Danforth, Wright & Co., Boston, New York & Philadelphia. 
India paper on card. Detailed city scene at upper left 
center with impressive perspective view with bust street at 
center. Man loading rifle at left and woman with sheaf at 
right. “TWO DOLLARS” grille under-print with outlined 
“HAVERHILL” center. A proof denomination that was 
unique in the 1990 ABN sale and part of lot 719 that 
consisted of a 1-1-2-3, 5-10 & 20-50 sheets. This offering 
is alongside the aforementioned Five and Ten Dollar notes 
and the $20 proof as well. A great opportunity. 

Est. $3000-$4000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2095 Haverhill, Massachusetts. Haverhill Bank. January 1, 
18xx. $5. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-670 G22) 
Danforth, Wright & Co., Boston, New York & Philadelphia. 
India paper on card. Imprint at right border. City scene at 
center identical to Two Dollar form this series. Family at left, 
woman cobbling shoes at right. Masterful styling and a note 
that was unique in the 1990 ABN sale and originally part of 
an uncut pair with the $ 10 design we are offering in the next 
lot. Impeccable quality and certainly a piece that will gather 
strong bidding from collectors. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

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2096 Haverhill, Massachusetts. Haverhill Bank. January 1, 
18xx. $10. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-670 G26) 
Danforth, Wright & Co., Boston, New York & Philadelphia. 
India paper on card. Men with livestock at left with barn in 
background. Woman feeds chickens at lower right. A note 
that was originally sold as an uncut pair with the Five Dollar 
denomination, (offered in the previous lot) in the 1990 ABN 
sale, lot 719. Spectacular quality and unique as a proof 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 


Superb Haverhill Bank Twenty 
Dollar Color Proof 



2097 Haverhill, Massachusetts. Haverhill Bank. ND (18xx). 
$20. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-670 G34a) 
Danforth, American Bank Note Company - Perkins & Co. 
New York & Philadelphia. India paper mounted to card. 
Red lace tint covering entire face. Circular vignettes at 
lower left and right showing a split view of the city scene 
noticed on the Two and Five Dollar notes from the series. 
“TWENTY” at center within guilloche. A unique proof that 
originally came from lot 719 and was once part of an uncut 
pair with a $50 denomination. Single light spot stain at left 
upper margin mentioned for accuracy. 

Est. $5000-$7000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2098 Lynn, Massachusetts. City Bank of Lynn. September 1 8xx. 
$1. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-775 G2a) Danforth 
Wright & Co., New York & Philadelphia. India paper 
mounted to card. Red “1 1” protectors. Impressive upper left 
vignette of the Lynn Common with American flag at center 
and public buildings. William Penn lower right. Originally 
part of lot 732 in the 1990 ABN sale which comprised two 
mock sheets with individual proofs mounted to card. Ex. 
Smythe Schingoethe Part 5, 2005. Part of lot 2748. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2099 Lynn, Massachusetts. City Bank of Lynn. September 
18xx. $5. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-775 G8a 
SENC) Danforth, Wright & Co., New York & Philadelphia. 
India paper mounted to card. Red “5 5” protectors. Detailed 
view of the Lynn Common at top center, a vignette also 
used on the One Dollar proof we are offering. Lovely left 
and right ends with ornate counters. A proof that came to 
light during the 1990 ABN sale as lot 732 which included 
only a single example each of the 1-2-3-5-10-20-50-100 
Dollar denominations with two separate mock sheets of 
four individual proofs. Ex. Smythe Schingoethe Part 5, 2005. 
Part of lot 2748. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2100 Lynn, Massachusetts. City Bank of Lynn. September 
18xx. $20. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-775 G14) 
Danforth, Wright & Co., New York & Philadelphia. India 
paper mounted to card. Two woman seated left with State 
Arms and balance scales between. Large “TWENTY, 20” 
die upper left and “TWENTY” within guilloche at lower 
right. A note that came to light during the 1990 ABN sale 
as lot 732 which included only a single example each of the 
1-2-3-5-10-20-50-100 Dollar denominations. Ex. Smythe 
Schingoethe Part 4, 2005. Part of lot 3690. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

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Unique City Bank 
of Lynn $100 Proof 



2101 Lynn, Massachusetts. City Bank of Lynn. September 
18xx. $100. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-775 G18 
SENC) Danforth, Wright & Co., New York & Philadelphia. 
India paper mounted to card. Cherubs at left turning screw, 
splitting stone and lifting stone with lever. “C 100 C” in 
guilloche at lower center. Magnificent sailing ship vignette 
at right with view of the stern. The highest denomination 
known on the issuer and originally part of a mock sheet 
offered in the 1990 ABN sale as lot 732. Ex. Smythe 
Schingoethe Part 4, 2005. Part of lot 3690. 

Est. $3500-$5500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 


Magnificent Malden 
Massachusetts Proof 



2102 Malden, Massachusetts. Malden Bank. October 1, 186x. 
$100. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-795 G20a) 
American Bank Note Company. India paper only. Yong 
boys carve branch underneath tree shade with cattle center, 
left ships. Right young girl. Detailed framed protector 
center and “C” at upper left in green. Just a small tear at the 
right punch cancel but otherwise spectacular. A rare proof 
and we cannot find any recent records of offerings from this 
Bank. 

Est. $5000-$7000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2103 Methuen, Massachusetts. Spicket Falls Bank. October 
1, 1853. $2. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-815 G4) 
Baldwin, Adams & Co., New York. India paper only. Mill 
upper left on river. John Adams profile vignette at upper 
right center. A seldom available type and seen here with 
striking quality and only some as made paper furrows to 
mention. 


Est. $1250-$1750 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2104 Milford, Massachusetts. Milford Bank. October 15, 18xx. 
$3. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-820 G6c) American 
Bank Note Co., New- York, Boston. India paper mounted 
to card. Milkmaid holds bucket, maid milks cow behind. 
Cherubs playing in ornate “3” at right. Andrew Jackson at 
lower left. Sensational quality. Ex Smythe Schingoethe Part 
2, 2005. Lot 4198. 

Est. $1250-$1750 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2105 New Bedford, Massachusetts. Bedford Commercial Bank. 
ND (18xx). $20. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-880 
G38) Draper, Toppan & Co., New York & Philadelphia. 
India paper mounted to card. Commerce seated at top 
center, ships and lighthouse behind. William Penn at left 
and public building lower center. A rare issuer and certainly 
a note missing in even comprehensive collections. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

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2106 New Bedford, Massachusetts. Bedford Commercial Bank. 
ND (18xx). $30. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-880 
G42) Leney Rollinson. India paper only. Haxby plate note. 
Commerce seated on shore with ship in distance. A rare 
odd denomination note that originally came from the Chris 
Blom Collection in 1988 and is unique by our knowledge. 
Left and right lathe work with three dimensional impression 
upon viewing. Mostly handling accounts for the grade. Ex 
Smythe Schingoethe Part 6, 2006. Lot 1516. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



THE MECHANICS BANS 




2107 New Bedford, Massachusetts. Mechanics Bank. ND 
(18xx). $10. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-890 G36) 
Toppan, Carpenter & Co., Philadelphia & New York. India 
paper mounted to card. Locomotive center, blacksmith 
left sailor with spyglass right. Ship at sail bottom center. 
Attractive complete frame with “TEN DOLLARS” micro 
lettering. Magnificent quality of both the printing and paper 
and certainly one of the finest available for the bank. 

Est. $1250-$1750 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2109 Newburyport, Massachusetts. Merchants Bank. ND 
(18xx). $3. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-910 G24 
SENC) New England Bank Note Co. India paper only. Red 
“THREE” protector. Shipyard top center with clouds in 
background. Left and right center with woman and man 
standing respectively. Ships in circular frames at far left 
and right with counters above and below. Erom the same 
series as the previous lot and seen with striking detail and 
appropriate nautical vignettes for this north shore town. 
A minor paper thin at the lower left center. Ex Smythe 
Memphis 2000. Lot 1653. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2110 Newburyport, Massachusetts. Merchants Bank. ND 
(18xx). $20. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-910 G44 
SENC) New England Bank Note Co. India paper only. Red 
“TWENTY” protector over micro printed “Twenty Dollars” 
grille. Justice at left and young girl right. Cattle, sheep and 
Shepard at left center with clouds in background. A largely 
popular “Patent Stereotype Steel Plate,” note that shows with 
lovely appeal and quality with just two pinholes to mention. 
Ex Smythe Memphis 2000. Lot 1656 & Smythe Schingoethe 
Part 2, 2005. Lot 4201. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 


2108 Newburyport, Massachusetts. Merchants Bank. ND 
(18xx). $2. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-910 G18 
SENC) New England Bank Note Co. India paper only. Red 
“TWO” protector lower center. Sailing ships top center, 
locomotive left and Water God at right pouring a vase. 
Stunningly ornate left and right ends with micro -printed 
“Two Dollars” making up lower center grille. A rare proof 
from a desirable north shore town. Replaced piece at right 
top margin with design re-drawn. Ex Smythe Memphis 
2000. Lot 1652. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 


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Full Color Tint Pittsfield “Santa” Note 



2111 Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Pittsfield Bank. June 1, 1857. $20. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-990 G20c) Bald, Cousland & Co. New 
York & Philadelphia. India paper only. Top center Santa Claus vignette, Durand Type III, by George Baldwin small title St. Nicholas 
under left of vignette. Very large white protector 20 in tint. Kneeling Indian at lower left and male portrait lower right. All POC s 
plugged, save for one. Some highly minor staining and small paper pull noticed at the verso. 

Est. $4000-$6000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2112 Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Pittsfield Bank. June 1, 1857. 
$50. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-990 G22c) Bald, 
Cousland & Co. New York & Philadelphia. India paper only. 
Center three Germans: Faust, Guttenberg and Schoeffer, 
printing presses in background left of center, white 50 
lower right adjacent to male portrait. Tear at lower left but 
otherwise quite appealing. Archival stamp at cerso with 
light show through. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 


Iconic Landing of the Pilgrim’s 
Vignette from Plymouth 



2113 Plymouth, Massachusetts. Plymouth Bank. ND (May 
1, 18xx). $10. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-1000 
G124). Toppan, Carpenter & Co. India paper only. Title 
across center, to right, ornate gray shaded X. Upper left, 
title at top, ‘’Landing of the Pilgrims, 1620”. Busy scene 
with numerous figures. Pilgrims and Indians, that are 
identified by Roger H. Durand in his ‘’History” vignettes 
volume. Lower right. Liberty as an Indian princess. An 
iconic and intriguing custom vignette type. One of the great 
historical vignette scenes in the entire obsolete note canon. 
Nearly all the known notes with this vignette are proofs 
and for all denominations that number is clearly less than 
ten examples. We have handled a few and the last brought 
a stellar result in the March 2014 Baltimore Sale. That $5 
Proof realized $6,462.50. This proof is whole with a few tiny 
edge splits and some handling. It projects boldly and is a 
perfect fit for any high end collection of obsolete notes or 
numismatic Americana. 

Est. $5000-$7000 

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2114 Provincetown, Massachusetts. Provincetown Bank. 
December 1, 1854. $50. Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-1030 
G14) Bald, Adams & Co. New York. Bald, Cousland & Co. 
Philadelphia. India paper only. Commerce reclines on bales, 
female portrait lower left. This Cape Cod bank is quite rare 
and if there was no 1990 American Banknote Company 
Archive Sale, the notes would border on impossible to find. 
This protector-less proof is top notch quality for the bank. 
A light ABN ink stamp at the back end, but with little show 
through. A beauty. 

Est. $800-$1200 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2115 Provincetown, Massachusetts. Provincetown Bank. 
December 1, 1854. $100. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. 

(MA-1030 Cl 6) Bald, Adams & Co. New York. Bald, 
Cousland & Co. Philadelphia. Left, Sail ship. Another lovely 
example of an ABNC note which is still quite scarce. A 
light ABN ink stamp at the back end, but with little show 
through. A stunning example and would make a lovely pair 
with the $50 we are offering in the previous lot. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2116 Salem, Massachusetts. Naumkeag Bank. ND (18xx). 
$1. Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-1125 C6c). Terry, Pelton 
& Co., Boston & Providence with "abc” monogram. India 
paper mounted on original card. Top center, view of Essex 
Street in Salem. Left, Indian wields tomahawk. Right end, 
early locomotive. Plated and discussed in Roger Durands 
"Architecture” volume, page 87. Interesting plate with the 
note engraved in the 1830s by Terry & Pelton, but used 
much later into the 1860 s with an additional monogram 
of the American Bank Note Co. Further, finely engraved 
are the names of the cashier and president of the bank 
discretely placed over the title. A very unusual feature. Small 
oval POC, one in each signature block. A private purchase 
directly from Roger Durands collection. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Crusader Collection. 


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Extremely Rare 

“Charge of the Zouaves” Vignette 

Unique-Haxby Plate Note 



2117 Salem, Massachusetts. Salem Bank. ND (18xx). $10. Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-1130 G156a) National Bank Note Co. India paper 
printed on card. Green frame and panel. Left, Lady liberty seated resting foot on cornucopia. Center, “charge of the Zouaves on Roanoke 
Island”. This note is unique and is the Haxby plate note. Extremely rare vignette which can only be found on this note and the Hampden 
Bank of North Castle, NY $2. According to Rodger H. Durands Interesting Notes book. The vignette shows the “Charge of the Zouaves” 
which was the 9th infantry regiment prepared for the battle which took place on Roanoke Island in 1862. They received there name 
because of their outfit which was modeled after the famous mercenaries, the Zouaves from the Algerian Kabyle tribe of Zouaoua who 
fought for France. The note is sensational and without question one of Peter s favorites. Certain to draw wide attention of its historical 
importance. Our estimate could very well prove conservative as this is the first auction appearance we are aware of for this trophy 
obsolete bank note. 

Est. $12500-$17500 

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2118 Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts. Shelburne Falls Bank. 
1861. $1. Fine. (MA-1140 G2c Unlisted). Rawdon, Wright, 
Hatch & Edson/New England Bank Note Co. with "abc” 
monogram. Red protector ONE. Top center, view of the 
Shelburne Ealls, mills to left. Left end. Liberty standing with 
tall 1. Lower right, girl churning butter. A custom scene 
for the bank series. Eully issued, but back noted ‘’Has been 
redeemed” and lightly cut canceled in the center. Very tight 
New England trim, but problem-free and attractive. 

Est. $600-$800 

From the Crusader Collection. 



2119 Southbridge, Massachusetts. Southbridge Bank. ND 
(18xx). $100. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-1160 
G62A) American Bank Note Company. India paper only. 
Green micro-letter grille, “100” counter at left and “C” 
counter in green at right center. Left center, women working 
looms. Right bottom, women seated, factory in background. 
Possibly Haxby plate note. A lovely example which shows 
with great color and eye appeal. Lower left corner shows a 
minor repair. Some paper thinning is noticed on the back 
but does not effect the overall eye appeal. 

Est. $4000-$6000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 


Exceedingly Rare 
Worcester Proof 



2120 Worcester, Massachusetts. City Bank of Worcester. ND 
(18xx). $5. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA- 1315 G8a 
SENC) Danforth, Wright & Co. New York & Philadelphia. 
Printed on India paper mounted on archive book card. 
Lower right, orange protector lathe die outlining white 
5. Title and obligation across the top, bottom center, 
man and women shoe makers. Yet another very striking 
Massachusetts obsolete proof rarity. Only three examples 
of this SENC/Unlisted series type in the 1990 ABNC Sale. 
Superb combination of security devices with color counters, 
intricate black dies and the patent entered Durand linear 
grillwork. The layout balance is quite lovely. Nearly perfect 
quality. 

Est. $3000-$5000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2121 Worcester, Massachusetts. Mechanics Bank. ND (18xx). 
$5. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-1320 G8 SENC) 
Danforth & Hufty, New York & Philadelphia. India paper 
mounted on original card. Center, three boys with flag, 
sheep and sails ship in background. Right, portrait of Daniel 
Webster. A lovely black and white proof with intricate 
engraving through out. Very Scarce. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 


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2122 Worcester, Massachusetts. Worcester Bank. ND (18xx). 
$50. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-1330 G156) Toppan, 
Carpenter & Co. New York & Philadelphia. India paper 
mounted on original card. Top, Shepard laying along side 
a hill, sheep in background. Lower right, women seated. A 
scarce Worcester bank obsolete and a lovely one at that. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



2123 White Pigeon, Michigan. Bank of White Pigeon. ND 
(18xx). $5. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MI-455 C6) W.E. 
Tucker & Co. Philadelphia. India paper only. Young man 
and woman with dog at center. Commerce and Moneta 
seated at left. Commerce seated at right. A sensationally 
design Tucker type that shows here with large left and right 
margins. A few minor stains and edge distractions but 
highly appealing none-the-less. Ex. Smythe Schingoethe 
Part 8, 2006. Lot 2580. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 


Unlisted Army of 
Mississippi Sutler Note 



2124 Sutler, Location Unknown. S. K. Smith, Army [of] Miss, 
[issippi]. August 1862. 50 Cents. Good to Very Good. 
Backed. (Haxby-Not listed; Keller MS-SA050 Unlisted 
Denomination) 

Printed in all blue on white paper bill of lading likely (see 
Lord X: 4300). Ornate end panel frame, flat frame lines 
on the top and bottom. At the top center, train heads east. 
Obligations across. A great title and unlisted denomination. 
This issue is quite historic and the only other note of the sutler 
we have catalogued came from the collection of the Chase 
Manhattan Bank Money Museum of odd denominations 
and unusual American currencies. According to Douglas 
ball in the 1980 Memphis catalogue, that note was issued 
during their Tennessee campaign in 1862. This issuer 
missing from the comprehensive Grover Criswell Kagins 
1977 ANA Sale Collection and the Byron Cook Collection. 
The corners are a bit rough, but the backing increases the 
paper integrity overall and the color is bold. Important as an 
unlisted type. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2125 Kenne, New Hampshire. Cheshire Bank. ND (18xx). $1. 
Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NH-146 G4) Rawdon, Wright 
& Hatch, Boston. Printed on card. Small train at top center, 
lower left, cameo. Lower right, seated Agriculture in oval. 
A scarce bank and seldom observed vignette. Impeccable 
quality and seen without cancellations of any type. Certainly 
an offering collectors will appreciate. 

Est. $1250-$1750 

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2126 Milford, New Hampshire. Souhegan Bank. 1856. $20. 
Very Good-Fine. (NH-200 G12a, SENG) Rawdon, Wright, 
Hatch & Edson, New York, New England Bank Note Co. 
Boston. A rare higher denomination for this series and the 
first we have handled. Large red “TWENTY” protector at 
lower center and several punch cancels at the signatures. 
Some minor edge damage but largely intact. Classic “Out to 
Lunch Vignette.” 

Est. $800-$1200 


2127 Elizabethtown, New Jersey. Corporation of Elizabeth. 9 
Cents. September 26, 1814. Fine Net, previously mounted. 

Wait Unlisted. No imprint. Simple uniface print. A very 
scarce early city scrip piece. Only the 3 cent denomination 
is listed in the New Jersey reference (R-7). We have seen one 
other denomination sold, a 2 cent note, about ten years ago. 
Some minor mounting remnants seen on the back but the 
note faces up rather well for the grade. 

Est. $500-$700 



2128 New Brunswick, New Jersey. Old Fountain Company. 25 
Cents. September 16, 1815. Fine. Wait Unlisted. Deare & 
Myer. No. 841, Plate D. Nearly identical in design to Wait 
1678 (R-7) though that note has the imprint L. Deare, 
meaning Myer must have joined or departed the firm at 
some point during the time these notes were being produced. 
“XXV Cents” and “25” in left panel, “25” and “Twenty-five 
Cents” in right panel. New Jersey Coat of Arms upper left 
over imprint, large “25” to its right. Signed by John Bray. The 
print remains strong for the grade. A few small edge nicks 
observed. Undoubtedly scarce. 

Est. $500-$700 


Unlisted Bainbridge Phoenix 
Bank $100 Proof 



2129 Bainbridge, New York. Phoenix Bank. January 1, 1852. 
$100. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-215 G16a 
Unlisted). Danforth, Bald & Co. India paper mounted on 
original archive book card. Upper left, Indian and sailor 
support New York City shield. Lower right, America and 
Liberty seated. A third extremely rare note from the lot 1076 
sheet in the 1990 ABN sale. Vibrant and deeply printed. 
Gorgeous production. 

Est. $3000-$5000 


Stunning Danforth, 
Wright & Company Styling 



2130 Buffalo, New York. Manufacturers and Traders Bank. 
ND. $1. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-430 G2a) 
Danforth, Wright & Co., New- York & Philadelphia. Deep 
red tint plate composed of interlocking hexagonal dies. 
Lighter red micro -lettered ONE DOLLAR pattern across 
signature blocks. Curved Gothic title across top. Right of 
center, standing blacksmith in circle. Lower left. New York 
bank seal. Left end, black panel portion of frame with ONE 
1 outlined in white over micro -lettered ONE pattern, the 
pattern around frame as well. Upper right, intricate die. 
An exemplary note combining great rarity with beauty and 
color. One of a spectacular trio we are offering for the issuer. 

Est. $4000-$6000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 


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Beautiful Buffalo New York Two Dollar Color Proof 



2131 Buffalo, New York. Manufacturers and Traders Bank. ND. $2. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-430 G4a) Danforth, Wright & Co., 
New York & Philadelphia. India paper mounted to card. A continuation of the last lot with this stunning Two Dollar design from the 
same sheet which was originally offered in the ABN sale in a 1-1-2-2 configuration. Left end with “2” and “TWO,” below with state die 
adjacent on right. Large oval vignette at center of shipyard with three ships at varying stages of completion. “TWO” outlined protector 
at lower center with signature panel “TWO DOLLARS” repeated. Interlocking hexagonal patterns make up the brilliant under-printed 
design with “TWO” surrounding “2” at center throughout. Exceptional quality in all technical aspects and one of likely just two known. 

Est. $6000-$8000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 


Unique Three Dollar Manufacturers 
and Traders Bank Color Proof 



2132 Buffalo, New York. Manufacturers and Traders Bank. ND (18xx). $3. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-430 G6a SENG) Danforth, 
Wright & Co., New York & Philadelphia. India paper mounted to card. Shoe maker vignette at center with shield and buffalo. State die at 
upper left. Intricate left end with “3” and “THREE.” A proof that was once part of the 3-5-5-10 sheet originally offered in the 1990 ABN 
sale as lot 1102. This is the only known proof of this denomination with all from the series shown as SENC in Haxby, save for the One 
Dollar notes. This appealing layout shows with interlocking hexagonal under-printing with heavy lathe work and “THREE” at all sides. 
The only note from the sheet to employ such under-printing with the Eive and Ten Dollar notes showing white space. Sensational quality 
and with only a tight left margin to mention. Certainly a piece that will be a highlight in any collection it enters. 

Est. $8000-$12000 

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2133 Friendship, New York. Commercial Bank. June 15, 1847. 
$2. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-895 G4b SENC). 
Imprint of Danforth & Hufty., New York & Philadelphia. 
Dual large orange protector 2s. Top center, milkmaid left 
of shield. Right end, standing sailor. An impressive proof 
that was originally part of one of the two sheets offered in 
the ABN sale for the bank. One of just two proofs for the 
denomination we are aware of. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



2134 Monticello, New York. Union Bank of Sullivan County. 
ND (18xx). $20. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1390 
G12 SENC) Wellstood, Benson & Hanks, New York. India 
paper mounted to album paper. Public buildings at top 
center vignette. State emblem at left. Train in oval at right 
with Justice above. The highest denomination produced 
for this bank and a note not part of the ABN archives. Ex 
Smythe Memphis 2007 Sale #272, lot 1463. 

Est. $3000-$5000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 



2135 New York, New York. Butchers & Drovers Bank. ND 
(18xx). $5. Extremely Fine. Proof. (NY- 1480 G8 SENC). 
Casilear, Durand, Burton & Edmonds. India paper only. 
Top center. Agriculture seated, cattle in background. 
Left, Bulls head. Right, spotted bovine. Extremely rare, 
first unregistered series from the bank and all SENC or 
"Unlisted”. Haxby notes Rawdon, Wright & Co. as the 
imprint, but this seems to be the correct series and imprint 
for this time frame of 1830-1843. Some handling and two 
POC. Small flash of foxing lower right. 

Est. $800-$1200 

From the Crusader Collection. 



2136 New York, New York. Chemical Bank. ND (18xx). $1. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1505 G84A) American 
Bank Note Co. New York. Green Patented 30 June 1857. 
India paper only. Allegorical figure standing at center. Dog 
laying down on chest at lower right in oval frame. Ornate 
green “1” counters at left and right center. Some hinge 
remnants and a minor thin at the right punch hole. A rare 
proof and one of an impressive grouping we are offering for 
the bank. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

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Importers and Traders Bank 
Danforth & Wright Color Proof 



2137 New York, New York. Importers and Traders Bank. ND 
(18xx). $1. Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1660 G2b) Danforth 
Wright & Co. New York & Philadelphia. India paper only. 
Washington portrait in oval at upper left. State die below. 
“ONE” left and right ends vertically. Superb red-brown 
under-printing with interlocking hexagons with “ONE” 
repeated. Striking quality and certainly a proof missing in 
even the most advanced collections. A delightful match to 
the Two Dollar note we are offering on this series. 

Est. $3000-$5000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 


Remarkable Import and Traders 
Bank Two Dollar Color Proof 



2138 New York, New York. Importers and Traders Bank. ND 
(18xx). $2. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1660 G4b) 
Danforth Wright & Co. New York & Philadelphia. India 
paper only. Styling similar to the One Dollar note we are 
also offering. Appealing vertically oriented rectangular 
vignette of a man with spyglass and child with sextant at 
right. Left and right ends with “2” above horizontal format 
“TWO” and black under-printed design. Red-brown 
under-print at center with interlocking ornate hexagons 
with denomination repeated. Sublime quality is observed 
even under heavy scrutiny and this is a design we have not 
previously offered. Ex Christies 1990 ABN sale, lot 181. 

Est. $7000-$9000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 



2139 New York, New York. Nassau Bank. ND (185x). $3. Choice 
Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1780 G6) Baldwin, Adams & Co. 
New York. India paper on card with archival stamp on back. 
Sailors and women at top center. Allegorical figure standing 
at right. A proof with Gem appeal and wonderfully detailed 
devices throughout. A rare proof and one of a pleasing trio 
we are offering on the title and series. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 




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2140 New York, New York. Nassau Bank. ND (185x). $5. Choice 
Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1780 G8) Baldwin, Adams & Co. 
New York. India paper on card with archival stamp at back. 
Lower left carpenter do finishing work. Upper right detailed 
view of the “Crystal Palace.” Sensational detail throughout 
on this well crafted design type. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 



2141 New York, New York. Nassau Bank. ND (185x). $10. 
Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1780 GIO SENC) Baldwin, 
Adams & Co. New York. India paper only. Coastal vignette 
top center with ships and “View of the Battery.” Counters 
at all corners, save for lower left with state die. Large well 
executed repair at lower right punch cancel extending 
upwards and left through center of the note. Smaller repair 
at right center punch cancel. Aside from the repair this note 
retains great appeal. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

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2142 New York, New York. Bank of New York. ND (18xx). $5. 
Extremely Fine. Proof. (NY- 1790 G18) Rawdon, Wright, 
Hatch & Edison, New- York. India paper only. Allegorical 
scene top center. Mercury at left. Right, Ben Franklin in 
square frame. A stunning proof with a central vignette with 
design styling similar to Five Dollar Silver Certificates of 
1896. Large internal tear at upper left and a pair of pinholes 
at right. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



2143 New York, New York. Bank of New York. July 18, 18xx. $1. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1790 G244A) American 
Bank Note Co. New York. India paper only. Imprints at 
lower left and right outlined in green. A striking color proof 
with ornate counters and stylized signature panels. Woman 
and child at center, horse and eagle above at left and right 
respectively Some light staining and small tear at lower 
right punch cancel. A rarity for this bank name. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 



2144 New York, New York. Bank of New York. ND (18xx). $3. 
Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1790 G160) Durand & 
Company, New York. Printed on card. Winged figure top 
center with eagle and child in frame at left. Upper left and 
right center “3” counters with “THREE” vertically at right. 
One of a spectacular grouping of these scarce proofs on the 
Bank of New York. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 


2145 New York, New York. New York Exchange Bank. May 1, 
1851. $10. Net Extremely Fine. Restoration. Proof. (NY- 
1816 GlOa Unlisted). Rawdon, Wright, Hatch & Edson, 
India paper only Red protector TEN. Bottom center, 
paddlewheeler steamer. Left end. Comptrollers Seal. Lower 
right, Washington. Extremely rare bank. We know of two 
proofs and the $1 issued note in Haxby Most notes from the 
title are spurious $10 bills that very roughly copy this (by 
description). Very deftly rejoined vertically down the center 
and face up well. The work done at Barrows in Richmond. 
Ex Ford Part 8: 1057 and prior, NASCA 1977 Guevrekian: 
557. 

Est. $600-$800 

From the Crusader Collection. 




2146 New York, New York. New York Manufacturing Co.. 
ND (18xx). $10. Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1825 G36) No 
imprint, but by Leney & Rollinson. India paper only Top 
center, man working at complex machine (wire threading?). 
Intricate end panels. The Haxby Plate Note. A superb and 
early proof type. Very vibrant with riveting, hypnotic end 
panels. Extremely rare, only one other known to us and this 
is finer. This proof came from Fords archive of Boyd owned 
proofs. Bought at the 1999 Americana Sale and sold into the 
Haverford Collection. Purchased at that sale as lot 2094 and 
off the market now for nearly six years. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Crusader Collection. 



2147 New York, New York. Bank of North America. ND (18xx). 
$1. About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1835 G2a) Rawdon, 
Wright, Hatch & Edson, New- York. India paper only 
Ornate “ONE” protector at lower center in orange. Large 
spread eagle top center and woman standing at lower right. 
A few edge tears but otherwise quite appealing. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 


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2148 New York, New York. Bank of North America. ND 
(18xx). $10. About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-1835 GlOA) 
Rawdon, Wright, Hatch, & Edson, New- York. Printed on 
India paper, mounted on new card. Rawdon, Wright, Hatch, 
& Edson, New- York. Red protector TEN. Bold eagle, shield 
in talons with view of the Capitol. Left end. Bank Die over 10 
and ship vignette. Right end, Athena standing. SENG. Rarity 
7. A rare New York City title and boldly executed proof. We 
know of at least one other example from this rare title. Erom 
our Stacks January 2010 Americana sale, lot 2281. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 



2149 New York, New York. North River Bank. ND (18xx). 
$5. About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1845 G16) Durand, 
Perkins & Co. New York. India paper only. Hudson pointing 
to Albany top center, Washington left and coins at right. 
Indian paddles canoe at lower center. A repaired upper 
right corner and a few repaired margin tears. Ex Smythe 
Schingoethe Part 18, 2009. Lot 310. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 

North River Bank $100 Proof 



2150 New York, New York. North River Bank. ND (18xx). $100. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1845 G58) Baldwin, 
Bald & Cousland. New York. India paper mounted to 
card. Archival stamp at verso along with hinge remnants. 
Steamship upper left and Cornelius Vanderbilt at lower 
right who’s portrait again appears on the $50 note from this 
series. Dog bottom center and counters at lower left and 
upper right. Pleasing wide margins and excellent appeal 
throughout. 

Est. $3000-$5000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 



2151 New York, New York. Ocean Bank. ND (18x). $1. Choice 
Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1850 G2 SENC) Wellstood, 
Benson & Hanks, New York. India paper mounted to card. 
Ship at full sail left, God of the Sea center and Leviathan at 
lower center. The first of a spectacular offering on this bank 
and shown with only some glue remnants to mention. 

Est. $800-$1200 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 


Magnificent Two Dollar Styling 



2152 New York, New York. Ocean Bank. July 1, 1850. $2. 
Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1850 G6) Wellstood, Benson & 
Hanks, New York. India paper mounted to card. Central 
vignette of Neptune overlooking the Sea with New York 
harbor in background. Detailed lower left scene of a man 
and woman rowing out into a stormy sea. One of the more 
desirable denominations of the series and with sensational 
appeal throughout. These Wellstood proofs were largely 
absent from the ABN sale. Ex Smythe Schingoethe Part 5, 
2005. Lot 2836. 

Est. $3000-$5000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 


2153 New York, New York. Ocean Bank. ND (18xx). $5. Choice 
Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1850 G14) Wellstood, Benson & 
Hanks, New York. Printed on card. God of the sea at top 
center holding trident with shops and city in background, 
woman standing on shoreline at right with lighthouse 
aft. Large “LIVE” protector lower center. Precise detail 
throughout on this highly appealing design. 

Est. $800-$1200 

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2154 New York, New York. Ocean Bank. ND (18x). $10. Choice 
Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1850- G18) Wellstood, Benson & 
Hanks, New York. India paper mounted to card. God of the 
sea top center, sailors at left with ornate “X” and lighthouse. 
Sailing ship lower center and clam shell with obligation at 
right. A vivid proof example that shows with the common 
central vignette for this series. Glue residue at verso. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



2155 New York, New York. Ocean Bank. ND ( 1 85x) . $20. About 
Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1850 G20) Wellstood, Benson & 
Hanks, New York. India paper mounted to card. Central 
vignette of a Sea God with cherub at right. Sailing ship lower 
center. Some minor staining is observed at the lower border. 
Highly scarce. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 

Rare Ocean Bank $50 Proof 



2156 New York, New York. Ocean Bank. ND (18xx). $50. 
Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1850 G22 SENG) Wellstood, 
Benson & Hanks, New York. India paper mounted to card. 
This note along with the $100 denomination we are offering 
are quite special and certainly will grab attention. Shown 
with the common for the series central vignette with state 
die at left and bank building at right. Sailing ship lower 
center. Ex T.E Morris Collection, Donlon, 1974. Lot 491. 

Est. $3000-$5000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 


Native American Vignette 
Ocean Bank $100 Proof 



2157 New York, New York. Ocean Bank. ND (18xx). $100. 
Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1850 G24 SENC) Wellstood, 
Benson & Hanks, New York. India paper mounted to card. A 
perfect match to the $50 note we are offering form this series 
and original an uncut pairing with the aforementioned note. 
The note have been separated since there last offering nearly 
40 years ago. Central vignette of the God of the Sea with 
Native American with bow at right and steam ship at lower 
center. Lovely quality with only a few minor spot stains that 
are highly typical for this period proof. 

Est. $4000-$6000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



2158 New York, New York. People’s Bank. ND (18xx). $100. 
Extremely Fine. Proof. (NY- 1870 G16) Toppan, Carpenter, 
Casilear & Co. New York & Philadelphia. India paper 
mounted to heavy card. Jefferson lower left large central 
vignette of steam ship and state seal at right. Some tears and 
repairs are noted with upper center, lower center and lower 
right being primarily being the affected areas. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



2159 New York, New York. Phenix Bank. ND (18xx). $20. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1880 G114) Rawdon, 
Wright & Hatch New- York. India paper only. Ornate styling 
surrounding “XX” counter at center. Rising Phoenix at 
upper right. Lovely quality and a seldom seen design. 

Est. $1250-$1750 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 


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2160 New York, New York. Bank of the Republic. ND ( 1 8xx) . $2. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1890 G4 SENG) Rawdon, 
Wright, Hatch & Edson New- York. India paper only. 
Prosperity and Liberty at top center and further allegorical 
representations at left and right. “TWO” protector at lower 
center in red. Pleasing overall quality with a repaired lower 
right corner and minor stains to report. Ex. Nasca April 30, 
1979 sale. Lot 1709. 


Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 



2161 New York, New York. Bank of the State of New York. ND 
(18xx). $100. About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-1921 G16 
SENG) Rawdon, Wright & Hatch New- York. India paper 
only. Eigures holding Caduceus and Conch at center. Sailing 
ships at left and right with perched eagle at lower center. A 
few minor edge distractions and mounting remnants but 
mostly wholesome and attractive. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 



2162 New York, New York. Bank of the City of New York. ND 
(18xx). $20. About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1940 G12 
SENG) Eairman, Draper, Underwood & Co. India paper 
only. Upper right and left vignette common to the series 
with additional eagle at upper left center with “20” counter 
on angle. Some wrinkling but otherwise highly appealing. 

Est. $800-$1200 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 



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2163 New York, New York. Tradesmen’s Bank. ND (18xx). 
$50. About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1940 G14 SENC) 
Eairman, Draper, Underwood & Co. India paper only. A rare 
$50 note that shows with vignettes observed throughout the 
series with Peace seated at left and shoreline with bull, horse 
and ships. Uncluttered styling with eagle at lower center and 
imprint below. A bit of wrinkling at left but otherwise highly 
appealing. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 



2164 New York, New York. Tradesmen’s Bank. ND. $100. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1940 G16 SENC) 
Eairman, Draper, Underwood. India paper only. The highest 
denomination for this pleasing group we are offering. Peace 
seated at right in oval frame with beehive above. Eagle over 
imprint at lower center and bull in shield at top center with 
shorelines flanking. Mostly handling accounts for the grade. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 



2165 New York, New York. Bank of the Union. ND (18xx). 
$5. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1945 G8 SENC) 
Danforth, Wright & Co., New York & Philadelphia. India 
paper only, mounted on original archive book card. Imprint 
of Danforth, Wright & Co., New York & Philad. Left end, 
large vignette with American mechanic, sailor and farmer 
offering sheaf to female Liberty & Plenty with eagle. Upper 
right, long title block over five wide lathe pattern by Cyrus 
Durand, outlined white 5. Bottom center, small circular 
New York Bank die. Rarity-7. The bank is all SENC in Haxby 
and John J. Eord, Jr. knew this when he bought lots 1275 and 
1276 from the title making it a sweep. One of three known 
Eive Dollars proofs and superb. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

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2166 New York, New York. Bank of the Union. ND (18xx). 
$10. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1945 GIO SENC) 
Danforth Wright & Co. New York & Philadelphia. India 
paper mounted to card. A masterful design that shows with 
ornate lathe pattern and detailed vignettes with brigantine 
at right and allegorical scene at center. All notes from this 
bank is SENC in haxby and this note is part of a remarkable 
trio we are offering on this title. 

Est. $1750-$2750 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 


Likely Unique Bank of the 
Union $100 Proof 



2167 New York, New York. Bank of the Union. ND (18xx). 
$100. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1945 G16 SENC) 
Danforth Wright & Co. New York & Philadelphia. India 
paper mounted to card. A likely unique $100 New York 
proof that was originally part of an uncut pairing with the 
$50 note in the 1990 ABN sale. The styling is quite terrific 
with large monument of Washington on horseback at 
right and ornate lathe work with “C” counter at left. John 
C. Calhoun upper left. Broadly margined and sensational 
quality. The $50 proof was sold by us in our Stacks 52 Part II 
sale in 201 1 as lot 3567 and brought $6,325. Certainly a note 
that collectors have been patiently waiting for. 

Est. $5000-$7000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 


2168 Ogdensburgh, New York. Ogdensburgh Bank. ND ( 1 8xx) . 
$4. About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-2065 G8 SENC) New 
England Bank Note Co. Boston. India paper mounted to 
card. Eagle with wings spread standing atop globe with 
“AMERICA,” upper left center. Justice left and America 
right. A sensational item from the New York Safety Eund 
period and of a popular Eour Dollar denomination. Listed 
in Haxby as “NDA.” (no description available). Just some 
light staining that is not readily noticed and highly detailed 
otherwise. 

Est. $1250-$1750 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 

Rare Marine Bank 
Five Dollar Proof 



2169 Oswego, New York. Marine Bank. ND (18xx). $5. Choice 
Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-2125 G8a) Danforth, Wright & 
Co. New York & Philadelphia. India paper on card. Deep 
red frame and left end with micro -lettered LIVE patterns, 
overlapping EIVE and 5. Right end, square red New York 
Bank die. Lighter red repeating EIVE DOLLARS text 
surrounding vignette. Top center, above titles, steamship left 
and rigged clipper ship right in New York Harbor, Castle 
Clinton at right of skyline. A color proof with amazing usage 
of the Cyrus Durand color repeating patterns that made this 
firms notes the finest in the world at this time. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 


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Unique Marine Bank $10 Color Proof 



2170 Oswego, New York. Marine Bank. ND (18xx). $10. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-2125 GlOa) Danforth, Wright & Co. New 
York & Philadelphia. India paper mounted to card stock. Farmer feeding horses and other livestock top center. Sailor reclining on 
capstan holding spotting scope at left. Right, shipyard with “X” counter above and New York Bank die below. Red under-printed “TEN 
DOLLARS,” repeated as protector at lower center. A unique proof originally part of the 5-5-5-10 sheet from the 1990 ABN sale which 
was acquired by Ford and then sold in Part III in May of 2004. This note along with the Five Dollar sheet mate we are offering are 
extremely important Danforth Wright proofs that will gather great attention from collectors. 

Est. $6000-$8000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 


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2171 Owego, New York. Bank of Tioga. ND (18xx). $10. About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-2160 GlOa) American Bank Note Company. 
India paper only. Red-orange protectors, counter surrounds. Farmer at fence with livestock, small child and woman milking cow. State 
die at lower right and horses at trough at lower left. The Haxby Plate note and one of only two proof notes we are aware of from this bank. 
A small repaired tear at the lower right is mentioned for accuracy. Ex Smythe Schingoethe Part 7, 2006. Lot 1644. 

Est. $5000-$7000 

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2172 Poughkeepsie, New York. Dutchess County Bank. ND 
(18xx). $20. Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-2265 G22). Chas. 
Toppan & Co. India paper only. Top center, steamboats and 
sailboats on the Hudson, Palisade right and the city left. Left 
end, early canal boat. Right end, early train. A very striking 
early 1830s type. Bold proof. Some corner wrinkling from 
old glue. Tightly cut. Ex Schingoethe Part 15: 424; Western 
Reserve Historical Society. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Crusader Collection. 



2173 Poughkeepsie, New York. Fallkill Bank. ND (18xx). $1. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-2275 G2a) Wellstood, 
Hanks, Hay & Whiting, New York. India paper only. Red 
“ONE” protector/ Justice and Liberty seated near shield. 
Bank die at left center and sluice waterfall from a mill at 
right, a vignette only seen on this banks notes. Unlisted 
in Haxby with the red protector. A well executed replaced 
upper right corner is observed. Erom our Stacks John J. Eord 
Jr. Collection, Part 8. January, 2005. Lot 1082. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 



2174 Poughkeepsie, New York. Fallkill Bank. ND (18xx). $2. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-2275 G4a) Wellstood, 
Hanks, Hay & Whiting, New York. India paper only. Red 
“TWO” protector at lower center. Man seated on horse 
drinking from trough at top center with man driving sheep 
in background. Justice seated on bank die at left with sluice 
fall vignette as used on the One Dollar seen at right. Two 
corners seen with reconstruction and an edge piece at lower 
center has been rejoined. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 



2175 Schenectady, New York. Mohawk Bank. ND ( 1 8xx) . About 
Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-2540 UNL) Rawdon, Clark & Co. 
Albany. India paper only. Safety fund time period. Indian 
paddling canoe at left and right. Intricate lathe top and 
bottom borders and counters at the corners. Small thin at 
upper left but otherwise highly attractive. An unlisted deign 
in Haxby and a note that certainly will be actively sought 
after by collectors. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 



2176 South East, New York. C. Nichols, American Hotel 
Brewsters. October 27 ^ 1862. $5. Very Good. Without 
imprint. Green and right ends with train vertically at left 
and Indian Princess at right. Green “5” counters flanking 
black central vignette of a spread eagle. Hint of remaining 
manuscript signature at lower right center and also what 
appears to be a number one at the serial number panel. 
Clipped upper left corner and some roughness at the 
borders but otherwise attractive. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2177 Troy, New York. Commercial Bank of Troy. ND (18xx). 
$1. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-2685 G4a) Baldwin, 
Adams & Co. New York. India paper mounted to card. Red 
“1” protectors at left and right center. Milkmaid with bucket 
balanced upon head at center. Woman with sheaf of wheat 
at left. State die at lower right. Just a few minor paper scuffs 
at the top margin to report on this elusive note. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 


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2178 Troy, New York. Merchants’ & Mechanics Bank. ND 
(18xx). $1. About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-2715 G2 
SENG) Rawdon, Clark & Co. Albany. Printed on card. 
Allegorical figures at center, cherubs left and male portrait 
at right. A rare early type for this bank name and seen here 
with lovely quality throughout. Slit cancels at the signature 
panels and a few minor stains. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



2179 Troy, New York. Merchants and Mechanics Bank of Troy. 
January 1, 1840. $5. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 
2715 G14 SENG) Danforth, Underwood & Co. New York. 
India paper only Part of an impressive grouping on this 
issuer we are offering. Top center vignette of the signing of 
the Declaration of Independence. Bank building at left and 
ornate right end with “5” repeated three times. Steamboat 
lower center. Terrific inks provide bold detail throughout. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



2180 Troy, New York. Merchants and Mechanics Bank of Troy. 
January 1, 1840. $10. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 
2715 G18 SENC) Danforth Underwood & Co. New York. 
India paper only Ships top center with public building at 
left. Small eagle with wings spread lower center. Engraved 
date and ornate right end. Extremely well preserved. A 
scarce bank and part of a sensational grouping we are 
offering on the title. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



2181 Troy, New York. Merchants and Mechanics Bank of 
Troy. January 1, 1840. $1 Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-2715 
G32 SENC) Danforth, Underwood & Co. New York. India 
paper only Mother with infant top center with sheaf behind 
and shoreline. Public building at right and ornate left end. 
Engraved date upper right center. An impressive example of 
this scarce series with all showing as SENC in Haxby Part of 
a trio for the series we are offering. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



2182 Troy, New York. Merchants and Mechanics Bank of 
Troy. January 1, 1840. $2. About Uncirculated. Proof. 

(NY-2715 G36 SENC) Danforth, Underwood & Co. New 
York. India paper only Justice left with scales and sword. 
Central vignette of metal workers with train crossing 
bridge in background. Public building right. Engraved date. 
An attractive layout combines here with high quality to 
greatly enhance the desirability Small hinge at upper right 
mentioned for accuracy 

Est. $1500-$2500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



2183 Troy, New York. Merchants and Mechanics Bank of Troy. 
January 1, 1840. $3. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 
2715 G40 SENC) Danforth, Underwood & Co. New York. 
India paper only Popular Three Dollar denomination 
and seen with woman at center in foreground of ship and 
train holding caduceus. Rectangular portrait of George 
Washington at left and public building at right. Sensational 
quality is had on this appealing proof and we are sure this 
note, along with the One and Two Dollar notes we receive 
plenty of attention from collectors. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 


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Possibly Unique 25 Cent 
Strawberry Grounds Error 



2184 Utica, New York. Strawberry Grounds of T. Buchanan, Jr. 
25 Cents with 5 Cent Counter Error. November 1, 1862. 
Very Fine, Minor Stains. Harris Unlisted. Curtiss & White, 
Utica. Large red strawberry left, red “5” counter in error at 
top right. Title and clause printed in blue. Red overprint 
“Security Deposited with ONEIDA BANK.” Back printed in 
blue. Unsigned and very possibly unique. These notes were 
used for the purchase of strawberries and entitled the bearer 
to a twenty-five percent savings. This note secured two and 
one -half quarts of strawberries which sold at a rate of twelve 
and one-half cents per quart. If the strawberry crop were to 
fail these notes could be converted into current bank bills 
in sums of one dollar or more at the Savings Bank at 167 
Genesee Street in Utica. 

The Harris reference lists only five cent and ten cent 
denominations for this issuer. It is possible that this twenty- 
five cent denomination went unissued due to the error 
involving the incorrect counter at top right. This example 
is well printed with strong color and solid paper. Just a few 
trivial stains are observed. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2185 Waterford, New York. Saratoga County Bank. ND ( 1 8xx) . 
$10. About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-2835 G36) Rawdon, 
Wright & Hatch New- York. India paper only. Top center 
Bovine and sheep at rest. State die left and Alexander the 
Great Cameo at right. Repair at lower left corner and left 
lower margin. Ex Smythe Schingoethe Part 18, 2009. Lot 
428. 

Est. $1250-$1750 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



2186 Waterloo, New York. Seneca County Bank. ND (18xx). 
$20. Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-2840 G12 SENC) Rawdon, 
Clark & Co. Albany. India paper mounted to album paper. 
Safety fund period issue with full length figure of Indian 
at center, possibly Red Jacket. Washington in rectangular 
frame at left, Lafayette in full figure right. A petty margin 
nick at right and some adhesive show through but overall 
highly attractive and rare proof. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



2187 Watertown, New York. Black River Bank. May 1 , 1 844. $3 . 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-2845 G6) Spencer, Hufty 
& Danforth, Philadelphia. India paper mounted to card. 
Liberty left leaning on state die. Eagle top left center, women 
at right. A sensational proof impression of this design that 
typically is only encountered in spurious form with red or 
green tints. Some minor mounting damage at the lower left 
and right corners are mentioned. 

Est. $1750-$2750 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



2188 Watertown, New York. Black River Bank. ND (18xx). 
$20. About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-2845 G14 SENC) 
Danforth, Bald & Co. New York & Philadelphia. India paper 
only. Three allegorical women at center holding various 
instruments. Train crossing bridge at left and ship right. 
Oval state die lower center. An appealing symmetrical 
design and the highest denomination of the three proofs 
we are offering on the bank. ABN stamp at verso with light 
show through. Handling mostly accounts for the grade. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 


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Unique Waverly Bank $20 Color Proof 



2189 Waverly, New York. Waverly Bank. ND (18xx). $20. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-2900 G18a SENC) Danforth Wright & Co. New 
York & Philadelphia. India paper mounted to card. Circular state die at center. Male portrait lower left, “Mr Tyler.” “TWENTY” in scroll 
work left and large hexagonal “20” die at right. Once part of an uncut pair originally sold in the 1990 ABN sale and later in Schingoethe 
Part 1, Lot 3011 also as an uncut pair. The $10 note from this sheet was sold in our Stacks 52 Collection Part I as lot 5662 and realized 
$4,887.50. This $20 design is certainly more appealing with an under-printed design styling similar to the Niagara County Bank One 
Dollar. A proof that we believe to be unique and certainly will see strong participation from bidders. 

Est. $6000-$8000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



2190 Raleigh, North Carolina. Bank of the State of North 
Carolina. 1857. $10. Branch at Windsor. PCGS Very Fine 

20. (NC-60 G492a Design lOEa SENC). Toppan, Carpenter 
7 Co., Philadelphia. Pull rust red tint lace tint across with 
micro -lettered panel and outlined protector TEN. Center, 
under arched title, seated milkmaid with cows. Lower left, 
male portrait. Lower right, woman in oval. Pully issued and 
an absolute treasure. Should appeal to collector of all rare 
issued obsolete notes. The vast majority must have been 
redeemed. Haxby does not plate this type for any branch. 
Some pinholes and slight toning at upper left corner. A great 
North Carolina obsolete rarity. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



2191 Wilmington, North Carolina. Bank of Cape Fear. 1858. 
$6. Branch at Asheville. PCGS Apparent Very Fine 20, 
Minor Mounting Remnants on Back. (NC-90 G191b) 
Bald, Cousland & Co., Philadelphia. A beautiful full tint note 
with large 6 protector at center. Large nautical vignette with 
multiple sailing ships is seen at top center. Notes from the 
Asheville branch are more scarce than Greensboro, Salem 
and the like which are normally seen. This example has great 
color and full margins. Some minor hinge remnants seen 
on the back do little to detract from appeal of this classic 
odd denomination type. A Fine $6 of this design from the 
Greensboro branch realized $1528 in our June Baltimore 
auction. 

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2192 Wilmington, North Carolina. Bank of Cape Fear. ND 
(18xx). $9. PMG Choice Uncirculated 63 Net. Missing 
Corner. Proof. (NC-90 UNL) Bald, Cousland & Co. 
Philadelphia. India paper on card. Steam powered side 
wheel ship at center. “NINE” in three die panel at left end. 
“9” and “IX” in dies at top right and bottom right. Bank title 
at center and state name at right cut out for likely use on 
printers model. A rare unlisted Proof of this popular odd- 
denomination North Carolina note. The missing corner 
mentioned by the grading service is in the selvage well 
outside of the design. Possibly unique. 

Est. $500-$800 



2193 Wilmington, North Carolina. Bank of Wilmington. 
September 10, 1855. $8. PMG Fine 12 Net “Tape Repairs.” 

(NC-lOO GlOa) Danforth, Wright & Co. Portrait of Andrew 
Jackson flanked by two women. Nautical vignettes and 
left and right. Red “EIGHT” protector. This is a rare odd 
denomination note from an always in demand bank. Paper 
quite sound for the grade, design elements remain very 
bold. Small tape repairs found on the back upon inspection. 

Est. $800-$1200 


2194 Akron, Ohio. Portage Canal and Manufacturing 
Company. ND (18xx). $1. Uncirculated Net. Tear. Proof. 

(Wolka-01 Proof) Imprint: James W. Steel, Philadelphia. 
Scene with early steam powered train and canal at center. 
Cameo with head of goddess left and right. Seated female 
with 1 in die at left. Eederal eagle with 1 in die at right. Plate 
B India paper Proof on thin card. Scarce boldly printed black 
and white Proof. Small tear at top center just into design. 

Est. $600-$800 



2195 Cleveland, Ohio. Forest City Bank of Cleveland. ND 
(18xx). $5. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (OH- 165 G12a). 
Bald, Cousland & Co./Baldwin, Adams & Co. India paper 
only. Red protector lazy 5 bottom left of center. Left of 
center, male portrait. Lower left, frontiersman stoops to 
drink. Right end, Webster and Calhoun in the library. A 
choice example with a few in the 1990 ABN Sale. Census 
condition. Discretely stamped on the back by the American 
Banknote Company near a corner and not showing through 
to the face. 

Est. $800-$1200 

From the Crusader Collection. 


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Rare Daniel Boone Historical Vignette 



2196 Delaware, Ohio. Bank of Delaware. ND (18xx). $10. About Uncirculated. Proof. (OH-201 G8a Unlisted. Wolka 1019-09) Rawdon, 
Wright, Hatch, & Edson, Cincinnati & N.Y. India paper only. Green grill panel bottom center with protector TEN. Top center, over title, 
titled vignette (under left portion) of Boone Rescued by Kenton engraved for RWHE and used on very few notes. Simon blasts away at 
tomahawk- wielding Indian, Daniel Boone on the ground. Lots of action in the forest background, the fort at Boonesborough in far right 
distance. Lower left, “cheerleader” style girls with wheat. Right end, rare map of Ohio with extreme details of county names engraved. 
Counters in upper corners. Durand History, pages 107-109. Rarity-7. Another key historical vignette type used on only two different 
obsolete notes, one a municipal scrip. As can be seen from the low grade plate note in the Durand History volume (ex Muscalus sales?), 
this is a great rarity. Though this color proof is in far from perfect condition, it has been restored well to complete the integrity and 
enhance the eye appeal. The lower left had former crude repairs that are now stronger. When this proof came to Smythe back in 1994, it 
came out of a family archive, and it was the only example. Ex Stacks 52 Collection Part 11. Lot 3654. 

Est. $4000-$6000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 



2197 Kirtland, Ohio. Kirtland Safety Society. February 10, 
1837. $10. PCGS Choice New 63 PPQ. (OH-245 GIO, 
Rust 8) Underwood, Bald, Spencer & Huffy. The Mormon 
leaders who organized this bank did so illegally by operating 
without the official charter which the state of Ohio refused 
to grant them. The present example is truly Choice with 
bright paper, darkly printed inks and bold hand signed 
signatures. 

Est. $4500-$6500 


2198 Kirtland, Ohio. Kirtland Safety Society. July 4, 1837. $2. 
Very Good-Fine. Edge Damage. (OH-245 G4, Rust 5) 
Imprint of Underwood, Bald, Spencer & Huffy, N. York & 
Phila. Top center, man standing gazing over field. Left end, 
man shears sheep. Right end, ship in oval. Corner counters. 
Signatures of Parrish and Williams. The $2 denomination 
from this Morman issue is much scarcer than the $5s and 
$I0s more often seen. Mostly even circulation with clear 
design elements and bold inks. A small notch is absent from 
the left edge just to the frame of the left oval vignette. 

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2199 Manhattan, Ohio. Manhattan Bank. ND (18xx). $5. 
Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (OH-260 G38). Underwood, 
Bald, Spencer & Hufty/Danforth, Underwood. India paper 
mounted on original archive paper page. Top center, sailor 
standing with flag ("Lord Byron”). Identical ends, cameo 
medallion in center. Pretty certain this is the Haxby Plate 
Note and ex Hy Brown Collection. Interesting bank and 
collected with Michigan as well. Very bold proof with deep 
inking. 

Est. $800-$1000 

From the Crusader Collection. 


Very Rare Choctaw Nation 
Reissued 1865 50 Cents Note 



2200 Armstrong Academy, Indian Territory. National 
Treasurer of the Choctaw Nation. March 1, 1863 Reissued 
1865. 50 Cents Choctaw Treasury Warrant. Fine to 
Very Fine. (Haxby-Not listed; Shull Cr.CHOCOl, listed 
as Rarity- 10; Burgett-1). Uniface. Printed on green rag 
paper. Typeset within plain frame lines. Left end with floral 
repeating pattern. Similar to 1987 Ball-Richmond Sale: Lot 
1096. Similar to Schingoethe Part 11: Lot 3793. Serial 413, 
Series 1. Written issuance and back countersigned by Allen 
Wright and reissued in 1865 with 5% interest. Rarer reissued 
type from the Act of 1865, Shull estimates 5-15 known. Two 
examples in the Ford XX Sale, both ex Maurice Burgett 
collection. Those both superior to this, the Shull plate note 
example (lot 3113 from that sale) might be the finest extant. 
That note brought a lofty $ 1 1,500.00 at a heated auction sales 
room. This example bold from the face and shows it wear 
more so from the back. Slightly blurring back reissuance, 
but overall fully issued and quite rare. Not often offered with 
the Ford XX sale selection being the last significant selection 
of the Choctaw Treasury Warrant rarities. 

Est. $3000-$4000 



2201 Armstrong Academy, Indian Territory. National 
Treasurer of the Choctaw Nation. March 1, 1863. $1 
Choctaw Treasury Warrant. Very Fine. (Haxby-Not 
listed; Shull Cr.CHOC02, listed as Rarity- 10; Burgett-2). 
Uniface. Printed on light blue rag paper. Typeset within 
plain frame lines. Left end with floral repeating pattern. The 
type missing from Ball-Richmond and Schingoethe core 
collections. Shull estimates 5-15 known, but perhaps slightly 
liberal. Two examples in the Ford XX Sale. Serial 11, Series 
1. Written issuance face, back not endorsed in any manner. 
A pleasing example with the back showing some fold wear. 
From the face, quite attractive. Choice for the note and 
another historic example. 

Est. $2500-$3500 


Very Rare Choctaw Nation 
Reissued 1865 $5 Note 



2202 Armstrong Academy, Indian Territory. National Treasurer 
of the Choctaw Nation. March 1, 1863 Reissued 1865. $5 
Choctaw Treasury Warrant. About Very Fine. (Haxby- 
Not listed; Shull Cr.CHOC04, listed as Rarity- 10; Burgett-4). 
Uniface. Printed on "peach or pink” rag paper. Typeset 
within plain frame lines. Left end with floral repeating 
pattern. Similar to 1987 Ball-Richmond Sale: Lot 1098. The 
type not in Ford XX (had an example that was not reissued. 
Serial 52, Series 1. Written issuance and back countersigned 
by Allen Wright and reissued in 1865 with 5% interest. 
Rarer reissued type from the Act of 1865, Shull estimates 
5-15 known. A great rarity reissued and not in Fords 
Collection. The Shull rarity rating might be conservative 
and considered the second rarest denomination from the 
series. Some perspective is in order about evaluating the 
very rare and historic Confederate era notes. At the time 
of the Ball-Richmond Sale in 1987, notes from this series 
were estimated in $l,000-$2,000 range at a time when rare 
proofs were estimated $200-$300. Nowadays, those proofs 
routinely sell for five to ten times those seemingly ancient 
days. We have always considered the Confederate era Indian 
Territory rarities to be undervalued. Many of the greatest 
paper money collectors of all time greatly appreciated them 
such as Amon Carter, the Schingoethes, Maurice Burgett, 
Eric Newman, and others. Faces up well excellent colors. 
Fold wear and some soiling on the back. Some edge nicks 
seen at the left and more noticeable when viewed from the 
back. 

Est. $3500-$4500 


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2203 Choctaw City, Indian Territory. National Treasurer of 
the Choctaw Nation. 1864. $100.00 [written] Auditors 
Warrant. Very Fine. (Haxby-Not listed; Shull Cr.CHOCS, 
listed as Rarity 9; Burgett-1) Uniface. Printed on thin 
brown paper. Medium size part printed form. Local typeset 
in black, with floral pattern ends, without imprint. Typeset 
and written issuance. Similar to 1987 Ball-Richmond Sale 
(NASCA/Smythe): Lot 1099. Similar to Schingoethe Part 
11: Lot 3798 and Part 9: Lot 2538. The wider Shull rarity 
rating is accurate based on our experience. Historic and 
rare Indian Territory warrant during the Confederate 
occupation. Fairly well printed and even margins. Slightly 
finer example brought $3,450.00 in the Ford XX Western 
Sale in October 2007. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2204 Chester, Pennsylvania. Bank of Delaware County. ND 
(18xx). $50. About Uncirculated. Proof. (PA-65 G72), 
Draper, Underwood, Bald & Spencer. India paper only. Top 
center, over cured title, boy reclines with sc^he, stacked 
wheat behind. All corners, girl holds rake. The only example 
in lot 1529 of the 1990 ABN Sale and only the Haxby Plate 
Note observed by us. Well collected location for decades. 
Faces up choice, but some glue point wrinkling in places 
from its post-archive dismounting. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

From the Crusader Collection. 


Easton $100 Proof 



2205 Easton, Pennsylvania. Easton Bank. ND (18xx). $100. 
Uncirculated. Proof. (PA- 115 G84 SENG). Hufty & 
Danforth, Philad. & New- York. India paper mounted on 
original archive book sheet. Upper left, Ceres seated and 
two standing Indians with shield. Ends, with same portraits 
as $50. A second unique example from lot 1542 of the 1990 
ABN Sale. The only example seen. A tear at the lower left 
center margin is observed. Wholesome overall and there is 
no other option for this exceptional rarity. 

Est. $4000-$6000 



2206 Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Lancaster Bank. 1857. $500. 
Extremely Fine. (PA-210 G76a). Toppan, Carpenter, 
Casilear & Co. Red 500 dies in upper corners. Center, under 
title, seated America with shield and bale. Bottom center, 
D with denomination on scroll. Fully signed and issued. 
Intriguing emission, has a counterfeit look to it at first. The 
back has cursively penned "Cancelled/Void” twice. Perhaps 
the bank did not like the look of the note and did not emit 
them to circulation. Very scarce and a sharp example. Bright 
and bold. 

Est. $800-$1200 

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2207 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Girard Bank. ND ( 1 8xx) .$10. 
Uncirculated. Proof. (PA-435 Unlisted). Underwood, Bald, 
Spencer & Hufty. India paper mounted on original card. Top 
center. Liberty as Indian princess, flanking Agriculture and 
sailor. Left, seated History. Right end, cameo head. This is an 
unlisted type from a bank with complex series, especially so 
since the 1990 ABN Sale unearthed some unknown types. 
Ex Schingoethe Part 15: 679. 

Est. $800-$1000 

From the Crusader Collection. 



2208 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Kensington Savings 
Institution of Philadelphia. ND (18xx). $5. About 
Uncirculated. Proof. (Haxby-Not listed; Hoober 305- 
343). Underwood, Bald, Spencer & Hufty. India paper only. 
Top center, toddler Indian paddles little canoe. Lower left, 
Indian with rifle next to tree branch. Right end, man resting 
from chopping trees. Private bank that should have merited 
a Haxby listing. A demand note in obligation and function. 
Some minor wrinkling and petty spot of glue peaking 
through the top edge frame line. Ex EAHA August 26, 2006: 
1008. 

Est. $600-$800 

From the Crusader Collection. 



2209 Reading, Pennsylvania. Farmers Bank of Reading. ND 
(181x). $20. Uncirculated. Proof. (PA-595 G68 SENG). 
Murray, Draper, Eairman & Co. India paper mounted on 
archive paper sheet. Top center, very wide and early town 
scene (Reading?), large tree in foreground. Ornate panels 
each end. Very likely Unique and the only one we have 
observed. The only note from the entire series and first sold 
in the 1990 ABN Sale, lot 1743. Very stylish and early MDE 
proof. Boldly printed with trivial wrinkling in some corners. 
Ex Smythe Schingoethe Part 14: 1760. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Crusader Collection. 


2210 York, Pennsylvania. York Bank. ND (18xx). $5. Choice 
Uncirculated. Proof. (PA-725 G88) Danforth, Bald & Co. 
Philadelphia & New York. India paper mounted to card. 
Detailed city scene at center with carriages in foreground. 
Pull red lace under-print. Outlined “PIVE” protector lower 
center. Male portraits at left and right. This note is one of an 
uncut sheet of four Pive Dollar notes that were originally 
offered in the 1990 ABN sale as lot 1790. Certainly a piece 
collectors have been waiting some time for. 

Est. $2500-$3500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



2211 Chattanooga, Tennessee. Bank of Chattanooga. 1858. 
$50. PMG Very Fine 20. (TN-10 G8a). Danforth, Wright 
& Co. Full deep red tint across with dark red counters 
outlining white 50. Center, oval with woman holding dove. 
Upper left, Ceres as "Spring” and lower right Harvest. The 
Haxby Plate Note. Very boldly executed and handsome full 
color type. Very rare, only a few issued notes known and we 
know of two color proofs (one, brittle and a bit impaired). 
Lovely example. 

Est. $2500-$3500 



2212 Clarksville, Tennessee. Bank of America. ND (18xx). 
$100. Uncirculated. Proof. (TN-15 G68 Design lOOA). 
Bald, Cousland & Co./Baldwin, Bald, Cousland & Co. India 
paper only. Red protector 100. Top center, male portrait 
flanked by seated America in harbor and seated Indian 
chief. Lower left, male portrait engraved for the bank. 
Boldly printed and choice for the type. Stamped on the back 
by the 1990 American Banknote Company with some show 
though just under the title. Small lower right corner pinhole 
at frame line intersection. 

Est. $500-$700 

From the Crusader Collection. 


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2213 Knoxville, Tennessee. Union Bank of the State of 
Tennessee. ND (18xx). $5. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. 

(TN-75 G8 SENC; Garland-404). Murray, Draper, Fairman 
& Co. India paper mounted on original card. Top center, 
farmer with plow horses, house in background. Ornate 
panels at each end. The Haxby Plate Note. This is likely 
the Paul Garland Collection note and could be unique as 
a proof. The series was not in the 1990 ABN Sale. Plate 
position B proof is quite handsome and choice. Ex Smythe 
Schingoethe Part 11 July 2007 Memphis Sale: 3643. 

Est. $1500-$2500 

From the Crusader Collection. 




2214 Salt Lake City, Utah. Salt Lake City National Bank of 
Utah. January 15, 1874. $1. Choice Extremely Fine. 

Imprint of H. Siebert & Bros., New York. Red protector and 
1. Green security back. Center, in circle, train. Lower left, 
Indian. Right end, Athena. Fully issued and signed by both 
offices. The first of two remarkable notes we are offering for 
the series. Unusually high grade with original paper and just 
soft folds making up the circulation. Single pinholes at left 
and slight tone in right margin. 

Est. $2000-$3000 



2215 Salt Lake City, Utah. Salt Lake City National Bank of Utah. 
January 15, 1874. $2. Choice Very Fine. (Rust figure 130, as 
Ford VI: lot 665). Imprint of H. Siebert & Bros., New York. 
Red protector and 2. Green security back. Center, in circle, 
train. Lower left, Indian. Right end, Athena. Fully issued and 
signed by both offices. A match to the One Dollar example 
we are also offering. Terrific bold manuscript details and a 
note that seldom is available publicly. Single pinhole at left 
and some toning at the left margin as well. 

Est. $3000-$5000 



2216 Castleton, Vermont. Mutual Bank. ND (18xx). $10. 
Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (VT-70 G8) American Bank 
Note Company. India paper only. Orange protector grills, 
denomination protectors and counters. Spread winged 
eagle, at the far right is a building and Washington portrait 
at the upper left. Striking quality and again just the second 
proof of this design we are aware of with the other part of an 
uncut pair we sold in our September 2009 Americana sale as 
lot 2650 and was impaired. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

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2217 Castleton, Vermont. Mutual Bank. ND (18xx). $20. 
Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (VT-70 GIO) American Bank 
Note Company. India paper mounted to card. Orange 
protector grills, denomination protectors and counters. 
Train emerging from under a stone trestle, a workman in 
the foreground; at the upper left is the Vermont Arms and 
at the lower right is portrait of a young man. Spectacular 
quality and only the second proof we are aware of with an 
uncut 10-20 pair sold in out Philadelphia Americana 2009 
sale as lot 2650 which was with impairments. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 



2218 Hydepark, Vermont. Lamoille County Bank. May 21, 
1855. $100. Uncirculated. Proof. (VT-100 G16 SENG). 
Bald, Adams & Co./Bald, Cousland & Co. India paper 
mounted on original card. Red protector 100. Center, 
maiden with cows. Lower left, Jackson. Lower right. Clay. 
Card proof and the bottom of the sheet with three wide 
margins. A few tiny India chips off the top from dull blade 
cutting, just on the frame line at the right. Stamped on the 
back of the card by the American Banknote Company. 

Private purchase from Tom Denly. 

Est. $500-$700 

From the Crusader Collection. 



2219 Rutland, Vermont. Rutland County Bank. July 15, 1862. 
$10. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (VT-205 G8a SENC) 
American Bank Note Co. New York. India paper mounted to 
card. Lincoln at lower left young girls lower right. Dynamic 
horse vignette at top center with storm and lightning behind. 
Ornate “X X’ counters at left and right top center with green 
protector at lower center. An extremely bold proof and a 
bank that is normally only available in proprietary proof 
form. Some small tears at the POC s are observed. 

Est. $3000-$4000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 


Spectacular Serial Number 1 
Monticello Bank $50 



2220 Charlottesville, Virginia. Monticello Bank. 1860. $50. 
Very Fine. (VA-45 G28a, Jones BC25-35) American 
Banknote Company. A wonderful Virginia obsolete 
trophy note. This Monticello Bank $50 was the first of its 
denomination to come off the presses at the American 
Banknote Company. That’s right, this plate A note bears 
stamped serial number 1 at the left and right. The bank is 
named for the home of Thomas Jefferson which is located 
just outside of Charlottesville. The home appears in a large 
vignette which spans nearly the entire right side of the 
note. Liberty stands with a sword and shield at left. The 
same vignette is featured on the 1861 $20 Demand Notes 
and 1863 $20 Legal Tender Notes. Great vermillion tint 
retains vivid color in the counters and large L protector left 
of center. Vermillion microlettered grill in signature block. 
A contemporary endorsement is found on the back. These 
popular $50s routinely sell in the neighborhood of $2000. 
Our estimate for this extraordinary Serial Number 1 note 
may prove conservative and we would not be surprised in 
the least to see it eclipsed this evening. 

Est. $2000-$3000 


Impressive Civil War Dated 
Virginia $7 Note 



2221 Charlottesville, Virginia. Monticello Bank. 1861. $7. 
Choice Fine. (VA-45 G17a; Jones 7 Littlefield BC-25-19A). 
Danforth, Wright & Co. Red protector SEVEN. Center, 
under title, bay and white horses startled by train. Lower 
right, Virginia Treasurer’s Office seal. Other three corners, 
counters. A very rare fully issued type and unusual. Hand 
dated July 1, 1861, a few months after hostilities broke out. 
It appears most were redeemed or destroyed. The few extant 
examples observed by us are low serial numbers (Haxby 
Plate- Jones Plate is Affleck #9 note for example). This is the 
finest quality example we have observed of four confirmed 
examples. Another top notch rarity from the Crusader 
Collection. Ex 2008 CSNS Rosemont Sale: 12557 where it 
realized just shy of $2,000. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

From the Crusader Collection. 


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2222 Richmond, Virginia. Bank of Richmond. 1861 $5. PCGS 
Very Fine 25 Apparent. Small Edge Tears. (G16a). Imprint 
of Hoyer and Ludwig of Richmond, Virginia. Red undertint 
with central female vignette at center. Hand dated Nov. 1st 
1861. A scarce type overall and a superb example. There are 
few minor edge tears that affect the overall appearance very 
little if at all. We cannot quite recall the last time we had one 
to offer. 

Est. $1250-$1750 


Striking 1861 $50 
Virginia Treasury Note 



2223 Richmond, Virginia. Virginia Treasury Note. Act of June 
8, 1861. $50. PMG About Uncirculated 55. (Cr.2) Imprint 
of Hoyer & Ludwig Richmond, Virginia. Black print with 
red protectors. Virtus stands upon the slayed Tyranny 
in oval at left with motto “Sic Semper Tyrannis” below. 
The state motto of Virginia translates to “Thus always to 
tyrants.” Ceres and Commerce are found with a large urn 
at top center. The same vignette is found on Confederate 
Type 28. Former president and noted states’ rights advocate 
John Tyler is portrayed in the upper right. This is one of 
the truly great Civil War era Southern States issues along 
with the 1861 $100 and $500 Virginia Treasury Notes. This 
example is bright and boldly printed with great red color 
in the protector. The cut is above average with three full 
margins and cut just to the frame line at one point on the left 
edge. Just one light vertical fold and some corner handling 
accounts for the grade of this nearly Uncirculated note. We 
are baffled as to why this gorgeous Fifty did note receive the 
EPQ designation from the grading service as this note is as 
Choice for the grade as any we have been fortunate enough 
to entertain. An PCGS Choice About New 58 example we 
offered in March of 2013 realized an eye opening $15,862. 
We would not be surprised to see this example eclipse our 
estimate of... 

Est. $5000-$8000 


Important and Perhaps 
Unique Staunton Hospital Sutler 




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2224 Sutler, Staunton, Virginia. H. Prince, Sutler, Staunton 
Hospital. ND (1860s). 25 Cents in Trade. Fine. (Haxby- 
Not listed; Keller-Not listed. Printed in black on green 
cardboard. 45mm by 25mm. Simple two line frame, the 
inside darker than the outside. At the top bolded,”25 Cents”. 
In the centers, ‘’IN TRADE”.’ Sutler printed below and at 
lower right title ‘’Staunton Hospital”. Issuer signature on 
back. Exceedingly rare, the only example encountered and 
perhaps unique. One of the most charming Sutler notes or 
chits from the Ford Collection and once hailing from the 
Boyd Collections. This is an important medical topical note 
and one of the few Confederate hospital issued scrip notes 
of any kind we know of. As a Southern obsolete item, ranks 
up with the ‘’Deaf and Dumb Institute” imprint used on the 
extremely rare North Carolina State Criswell 23 type. This 
hammered at $4,500.00 in the Ford X Sale at Atlanta in May 
2005. Priceless is still appropriate. 

Est. $4000-$6000 

Ex Stacks Ford X Sale, May 2005, lot 4308; FC.C. Boyd Estate. 

The Institute for the Deaf and Blind in Staunton became a Confeder- 
ate Hospital thorough June, 1864. The town itself became a rail and 
commissary center for the CSA as well. 



2225 Weston, Virginia. Bank of Weston. May 2, 1859. $10. PMG 
Very Fine 20. (VA-230 G4a, Jones BW15-10) ABNCo. Two 
Native Americans on cliff watching deer top left corner. State 
arms top right of center. Portrait of woman in oval bottom 
left. Red under print with black printed engraved design 
elements. Large white TEN bottom center. Fully signed and 
issued. A scarce full color Ten from this bank whose town 
is now part of West Virginia. After unscrupulously issuing 
more notes than it had bullion in its reserves the Bank of 
Weston ceased operations in 1859. Good color and even 
circulation is noted. 

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2226 Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Exchange Bank. ND (18xx). 
$3. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (WI-450 G6a) Toppan, 
Carpenter, & Co., New- York & Philadelphia. India paper 
only.. Red protector 3. Top center, over straight Gothic 
title, Indian felling a buffalo from his horse. Lower left, 
detailed scene of Indians trapping buffalo, above the seal. 
Lower right. Commerce seated with spyglass. The Haxby 
and Krause Plate Note. A rare title with vignette work that 
is simply superb and it rates very high within this imprint 
group. Exceptional quality, superb vignettes, and great rarity 
make for a fabulous combination. Ex. Chester L. Krause 
Collection, Our Philadelphia 2009 Americana sale, lot 2181. 

Est. $3000-$5000 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



2227 Superior, Wisconsin. St. Louis Bank. October 1, 1857. 
$5. Extremely Fine. Proof. (WI-790 G2) Rawdon, Wright, 
Hatch & Edson, New- York. India paper only. Fancy red 5 
5 and oblong die outlining white FIVE. Framed portrait 
of Washington at left. Bottom center, shipbuilder and 
woman at work in yard. Lower right, seal. A well styled and 
exceptionally colorful proof and overall, quite a magnificent 
proof. We are only aware of a single other we sold in our 
September 2009 Americana sale as part of the Chester L. 
Krause Collection. 

Est. $2500-$3500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 


2228 Waukesha, Wisconsin. Waukesha County Bank. July 
16, 1855. $1. About Uncirculated. Proof. (WI-835 G2.). 
Imprint of Wellstood, Hanks, Hay Sc Whiting, New York. 
India paper only. At top center, never issued With Rays 
Seated Liberty dollar reverse in three-quarters view, 
supported by seated America. Lower left, seated milkmaid 
with pail. Lower right, seal. Capital $25,000. No protector. 
Some of the later issued notes used red protectors. A very 
rare and sharp looking proof. This is one of three proofs of 
the type we know of and likely the finest. The face projection 
is awesome and the coin vignetted layout thoughtful. A 
beauty with a stellar pedigree. From our 2012 November 
Baltimore Sale, Lot 4279; Stacks Estate of Louis E. Eliasberg 
and Collection of Chester L. Krause Sale, March 2-3, 2010, 
Lot 3304. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 

2229 Lot of (14) Mostly Northeast Obsolete Notes, Private 
Scrip and Checks. Very Good to About Uncirculated. 

There are (9) obsolete notes from the states of Kentucky, 
New Hampshire, New Jersey, Ohio and Pennsylvania. (1) 
Prison Scrip note from Sing Sing Prison in New York. (1) 
$5 Augusta Clearing House Association Panic of 1907 scrip 
note. (3) 1874-5 checks from Philadelphia National Banks. 
Most items are hinged, some repairs and impairments are 
observed. Personal inspection is strongly encouraged. No 
returns will be accepted for any reason. 

Est. $300-$400 

2230 Lot of (15) Northeast Scrip and College Currency with 
(3) Fractional Currency Shinplasters. A useful group of 
scrip and college notes from Massachusetts, New Jersey 
and New York. Includes issuers like George W. Hallo ck, 
Monroe County Bank (N.Y), Farmers & Mechanics Bank 
of Rochester, Chatham Bank (N.Y), Village of Elmira, 
Eastman College Bank and others. Mostly Very Fine to 
Choice Uncirculated. Some with mounting remnants 
and most with penciled collectors annotations. Three low 
grade Federal Fractional Currency notes also included. 
Personal inspection is encouraged. NO RETURNS WILL 
BE ACCEPTED FOR ANY REASON. 

Est. $400-$600 


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223 1 American Bank Note Company, New York and Philadelphia, ND (1858-1 859) Anti-Photographic Green Sample Note. Choice Very 
Fine. Printed on bond paper. 195mm by 100mm. Uniface. Face with full green tint plate with multiple counter and protection devices; 
bottom center GREEN. Top center, reclining Science with compass. Lower left, Washington. Lower right, Jefferson. Detailed titles top 
and office location in italic along the bottom center. Another handsome RWHE notes. Very scarce and intricate. Looks virtually new 
from the face. This was last sold in the Bowers and Merena Boys Town Collection Sale, March 5-7, 1998, lot 2576. 

Est. $400-$600 



2232 John F. Beazell United States Counterfeit Detector. 1867. Vignette Broadside by Continental Bank Note Co. and Original Book. 
Very Fine. A significant and handsome pairing of security printing history pieces featuring superb Continental Bank Note Company 
vignettes engraved and printed to a uniface broadside, but with the original accompanying book by John F. Beazell. The book is much 
rarer than the large quarto detection broadside and first we have catalogued. The pair includes; 1) Intaglio printed and titled broadside 
which was once tipped into an original book. 220mm by 320mm. Bull titles and imprint. Four vignettes, four portraits, and seven dies 
or counters. Numbered 22013. Choice Very Fine with pencil notations at the upper left. 2) 1867 John F. Beazell original book ‘’UNITED 
STATES COUNTERFEIT DETECTOR -THE INSTANTANEOUS DETECTION OF ALL COUNTERFEIT PAPER MONEY, FROM 
Five cents Up to Five Thousand Dollar Bond”. Octavo. Tan paper with vignette of eagle and drum. 16pp. Excellent condition and 
evidence of its sheet previously removed lightly at the inside front cover. The Continental Bank Note vignettes rather charming and with 
a distinctive post-war style. A beautiful pair and very few complete pairs or books remain extant. 

Est. $800-$1000 


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2233 Rawdon, Wright, Hatch & Edson Patent Green Tint- 
Anti- Photographic Bank Notes in Two Permanent Inks. 
ND (1857). Advertising Sample Note. Very Fine. Printed 
on bond paper. 195mm by 92mm. Two sided. Face with 
full green tint plate with multiple counter and protection 
devices. Top center, seated Commerce on shore. Bottom left, 
Buchanan. Lower right, Andrew Jackson. Texts across and 
bottom with Canadian and New York imprints respectively. 
Green back with full North and South American global 
projection, title "BANK OF AMERICA” flanked by TWO/2 
counters ("two permanent inks”). A rarer RWHE sample 
note type and one of only two we have seen. This was last 
sold in the Bowers and Merena Boys Town Collection Sale, 
March 5-7, 1998, lot 2585. The back type is distinctive and 
important. Bold colors and folds seen from the back mainly 

Est. $600-$800 


Miscellaneous Currency 



2234 Heath’s Infallible Counterfeit Detector Book. Banking 
& Counting House Edition. July 7, 1867. Large Format. 
Very Fine. These counterfeit detector books are quite 
popular among collectors as the included proof impressions 
are quite desirable. This book has a strong emphasis on 
National Currency with full face and back impressions of 
the $100, $20 & $10 First Charter period designs. Also seen 
a face and back impression of 1862 $10 & $50 Legal Tender 
types. Several die proofs and other impressions are had as 
well. Overall nice quality of the cover and pages with only 
some wear at the top and bottom of the spine and light 
abrasions noticed. 

Est. $400-$600 


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Confederate Currency 


Choice New T-5 $100 Issued 
by Future CSA Major General 



2235 T-5. Confederate Currency. 1861 $100. PCGS Choice 

New 63 PPQ. No. 4399, Plate B. PF-l. The T-5 $100s 
represent the first notes issued at Richmond, Virginia after 
the relocation of the Confederate capitol from Montgomery, 
Alabama. These were high quality notes produced by the 
Southern Bank Note Company in New Orleans, Louisiana. 
This example is bright and crisp with three full margins 
and a frame line that is cut just to the edge of the design 
at the imprint in the bottom left. The underprint remains 
a brilliant green and all of the printed design elements are 
boldly printed in full detail. 

Est. $5000-$7000 



2236 T-5. Confederate Currency. 1861 $100 PMG Very Fine 
30 Net, Minor Edge Damage No. 5141, Plate B. PF-l. An 
affordable example of this scarce early $100 type produced 
by the Southern Bank Note Company. A manuscript 
endorsement is found on the back stating it was received 
by the T. Sanford Depositary. There are also interest due 
calculations found. This note comes on bright paper with 
a bold green overprint. The note has been cut out cancelled 
twice on the bottom and once on the top. Some minor edge 
damage, mentioned by the grading service, is seen at right. 

Est. $500-$800 



2237 T-8. Confederate Currency. 1861 $50. Choice 

Uncirculated. No. 34821, Plate B. PF-3. Crisp bright paper 
and bold inks are noted on this scarce Hoyer & Ludwig 
produced 1861 $50. This variety comes on thick bond paper 
with “for” handwritten before “Treasr.” The commonly 
seen blue stamped “C” is seen at left. Some think this was a 
cancellation stamp. The cut is decent for the type and come 
just inside the frame only at top right. 

Est. $500-$700 

2238 T-8. Confederate Currency. 1861 $50 PCGS New 62 PPQ. 

No. 16239, Plate Bb. PF-4. Darkly printed on creamy white 
paper, this bold Fifty has “for” printed before “Treasr” and 
comes on thick bond paper. A handsome note that is well 
signed. Cut a touch tight at top and bottom. 

Est. $400-$600 



2239 T-9. Confederate Currency. 1861 $20. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. No. 49458, Plate D. PF-12. 
Exceptional paper quality is the key on this beautifully bright 
and crisp Hoyer & Ludwig produced $20. This example 
is printed on thick bond paper and displays three ample 
margins, being cut just to the frame line at the left end. The 
market for high grade Confederate notes continues to climb 
with Choice examples such as this T-9 in high demand. 

Est. $1000-$1500 


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2240 T-10. Confederate Currency. 1861 $10. PMG Very Fine 

20. No. 72220, Plate A. PF-12. A rare variety of this already 
scarce Hoyer & Ludwig produced 1861 Ten. This example 
displays remnants of a previous clause after the first line of 
the clause in the upper left corner of the note. This remnant 
can be displayed as an “es” or “s” after the word “all” in the 
top left. In the case of this note it is the “s.” Fricke gives 
this variety an R-9 rarity rating in his latest reference. This 
example is fully framed and evenly circulated. 

Est. $600-$900 



2241 T-10. Confederate Currency. 1861 $10. PMG Choice Fine 
15 Net. Minor Repair. No. 75528, Plate A. PF-20. Even 
circulation is displayed by this bright and well printed 1861 
$10. This variety features the small “10” counter at top left 
and “for” printed over “Treasr.” A good overall appearance 
for the grade. The minor repair appears to be to a tiny split 
in the upper left edge. 

Est. $400-$600 


2242 T-16. Confederate Currency. 1861 $50. PMG Choice 
Very Fine 35 Net. Tear. No. 26861, Plate ZA. PF-1. A fully 
margined and bright 1861 Fifty which comes on red fiber 
paper. This just moderately circulated notes features bold 
inks and strong color. A small tear at top, just left of center 
accounts for the Net grade. 

Est. $400-$600 



2243 T-17. Confederate Currency. 1861 $20 PCGS Very Fine 

20 PPQ. No. 27126, Plate A. PF-2. Great color is observed 
on this scarce Hoyer & Ludwig produced 1861 $20. This 
variety features the long green underprint which reaches 
over Liberty’s head at left. “For” is printed before “Register” 
and “Treasr” as well. The note comes with full frame lines 
and ample margins on three sides. The right margin comes 
just to the frame line at top. A pleasing evenly circulated 
example which is uncancelled and earned the coveted PPQ 
qualifier from PCGS. 

Est. $800-$1200 

2244 T-20. Confederate Currency. 1861 $20. Choice Very Fine. 

No. 326, Plate 6. PF-10. A scarce variety from the 2nd Series. 
This example has an engraved S on the plate ahead of the 
series near the upper left. The note is darkly inked and only 
moderately circulated. Just a small nick is noticed in the top 
margin right of center. This variety is given a R-10 rarity 
rating in the Fricke reference. 

Est. $400-$500 

Rare T-21 $20 with 
“NY” Countermark 



2245 T-21. Confederate Currency. 1861 $20. PMG Very Fine 
30 Net. Tape Repair. No. 22697, Plate X. PF-2. A lightly 
circulated 1861 $20 printed on “NY” countermarked paper. 
The paper is bright and the countermark is very clearly 
defined, especially when view from the back. The green face 
print is vibrant and the note is free of stains. There is a round 
cut out cancellation to the lower right of the portrait which 
does not affect the countermark but for just a small part 
of the Y. A small tear in the bottom of the COC has been 
reinforced with a tiny bit of tape. 

Est. $1200-$1700 



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2246 T-22. Confederate Currency. 1861 $10 PCGS Very Fine 

30 PPQ. (PF-1) Southern Bank Note Company. Plate B. 
Black serial numbers. Indian family center. Woman at right 
holding ear of corn. Thetis with scepter of Neptune right. 
Highly scarce in uncancelled and original mid-grades 
such as this example. Rare finer with PCGS graded only a 
single note in the Uncirculated grade range. Free from any 
distractions and stunning color of the protectors. 

Est. $2000-$2500 



2247 T-22. Confederate Currency. 1861 $10. PMG Very Fine 25 
Net. Previously Mounted. No. 8567, Plate C. PF-2. These C 
Plate T-22s were printed on the same sheet with T-15, T-19 
and T-31 plate C notes. They are quite a bit more scarce 
than other A and B plate T-22s. This example comes well 
cut with excellent color for the grade. The orange protector 
is still bright with no sign of oxidation. There are two minor 
paper pulls on the back at top right and top left from old 
style mounting. The face is completely unaffected by this. 
Overall a very appealing example of this scarce plate letter 
1861 Ten produced by the Southern Bank Note Company. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2248 T-23. Confederate Currency. 1861 $10 PMG Very Fine 25. 

No. 9959, Plate Al. PF-2. A scarce type produced by Leggett, 
Keatinge & Ball of Richmond, Virginia. T-23 was based on 
plates from a $10 note on the Mechanics Savings Bank of 
Savannah, Georgia. The orange underprint on this example 
is still bright and free of oxidation. The note displays full 
frame lines and evenly circulated paper. There are two cut 
out cancellations in the signature panels. Still a bright and 
appealing example of the type. 

Est. $1000-$1500 


Rare PF-4 T-24, 
Tied for Finest Known 



2249 T-24. Confederate Currency. 1861 $10 PMG Very Fine 30. 

No. 19393. Plate H. PF-4. This is one of the great rarities for 
variety collectors. The Leggett, Keating & Ball T-24 printed 
on CSA block watermarked paper. It is believed that a Union 
blockade captured a shipment of CSA block watermark 
paper intended for these notes creating this rare variety 
Furthermore, Leggett left the business early in the printing 
of these notes making varieties with this imprint scarcer 
than later issues. This example is bright and only moderately 
circulated. The reddish orange overprint remains vibrant 
and free of oxidation. Confederate currency expert Pierre 
Fricke confirms that this example is at least tied for finest 
known of the variety 

Est. $1500-$2500 



2250 T-24. Confederate Currency. 1861 $10. PMG Very Fine 

25. No. 59063, Plate H. PF-7. Great color is displayed by 
this mid-grade 1861 Ten produced by Keatinge & Ball. The 
Vermillion protector is free of any oxidation often found on 
circulated examples of this type. The cut is above average 
and does not encroach into the design at any point and the 
paper is quite clean for the grade. This note has two light 
hammer cancellations at left and right. 

Est. $400-$600 


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Whatman Watermarked T-24 




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2251 T-24. Confederate Currency. 1861 $10 PMG Very Fine 
20 Net “Tears, Stains” . No. 12394. Plate K. PF-6. This is 
a rare Ten printed by Leggett, Keating, & Ball on paper 
watermarked “J Whatman 1862.” The overprint remains a 
bright reddish orange and the paper is still quite pleasing 
despite the comments from the grading service. This variety 
is assigned an R-10 rarity rating in the Fricke reference. Cut 
Cancelled. 

Est. $600-$800 


Rare NY Countermark T-24 $10 





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2252 T-24. Confederate Currency. 1861 $10. PMG Very Fine 
20 Net. Tear. No. 40908, Plate K. PF-10. NY countermarks 
represent one of the greatest paper varieties in all of 
Confederate Currency. Keatinge & Ball imported the paper 
through connections in the North. According to the Fricke 
reference, one ream was used with about 80% usage on T-24 
and 20% usage on T-21. This 1861 Ten features a bold NY 
countermark immediately noticed when the note is candled. 
The is well cut and displays even circulation. The vermillion 
protectors are bold with still vibrant color and very little if 
any oxidation. There are hammered cut cancellations at left 
and right. A tiny edge nick into the bottom of the design 
appears to be the cause for the Net grade. A handsome 
example of this rare Confederate variety 

Est. $1500-$2000 



2253 T-31. Confederate Currency. 1861 $5 PCGS Apparent 
Very Fine 20, Stained No. 12535, Plate C. PF-2. These 
rare plate C notes were printed by the Southern Bank Note 
Company on the same sheet as the T-15 Plate A, T-19 Plate 
C and T-22 Plate C notes. This example retains a vibrant 
vermillion overprint, free of any oxidation. Stains mentioned 
by the grading service are seen right of center. This example 
has two cut out cancellations along the bottom. 

Est. $400-$600 



2254 T-32. Confederate Currency. 1861 $5. PMG Choice Fine 
15 Net. Previously Mounted, Annotation. No. 8393, Plate 
A. PF-2. This scarce early Five comes on red fiber paper. This 
type is based largely on $5s issued by the Mechanics Savings 
Bank of Savannah Georgia in 1855. This example is very 
well cut with full frame lines. The overprint has faded quite 
a bit but all of the engraved design elements are quite strong. 
There is some light evidence of previous mounting observed 
on the back along with a collector s annotation which affects 
nothing. 

Est. $500-$1000 



2255 T-33. Confederate Currency. 1861 $5. PMG Very Fine 

25. No. 20120, Plate K. PF-11, Plate II. A scarce “FIVE” 
watermarked 1861 $5 printed by Keatinge & Ball. This 
example presents plate state II with “VA” missing entirely 
from the printers imprint. This example comes with bright 
light green ink and is evenly circulated on clean paper. The 
watermark is very bold and easy to discern. There are two 
cut out cancellations at the bottom along with a couple of 
small annotations found on the back mentioned by PMG. 
A similar T-33 PF-6, State II we sold this past June graded 
Very Fine 35 PPQ by PCGS realized the impressive sum of 
$2820. This example should be well received in our estimate 
range of.... 

Est. $1000-$1500 


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2256 T-33. Confederate Currency. 1861 $5. PMG Very Fine 20 
Net. Internal Tears. No. 8012, Plate H. PF-1, State 1. Even 
circulation and strong blue-green color are observed on this 
unwatermarked Leggett, Keatinge & Ball produced Five. 
The internal tears mentioned by the grading service are 
quite minor. 

Est. $300-$400 



2257 T-33. Confederate Currency. 1861 $5. PMG Choice Fine 
15 Net. Splits, Stains. No. 2938, Plate H. PF-6, State I. A 
scarce Leggett, Keatinge & Ball produced 1861 $5 which 
comes on paper bearing the “FIVE” watermark. This 
example displays at least a portion of “VA” at the end of 
the imprint. Good green color remains on this circulated 
example. The splits and stains mentioned by the grading 
service are fairly minor. Two hammered cut cancels are 
seen. 

Est. $400-$600 



2258 T-36. Confederate Currency. 1861 $5. PMG Choice 
About Uncirculated 58. No. 127028, Plate lOA. PF-2. A 
fully framed and crisp J.T. Paterson produced $5 that comes 
darkly printed on bright paper. Whatever light bend limited 
this note from a full uncirculated grade is not recognized 
through the holder. 

Est. $300-$500 



2259 Uncut Pair of (2) CT-36. Confederate Currency. 1861 
$5. PCGS Choice About New 58 PPQ. (CT-36/274) A 
fascinating uncut pair of counterfeit 1861 Fives in imitation 
of those produced by J.T. Paterson. The notes come on 
high quality red fiber paper unlike any used on authentic 
T-36s. These come unsigned but hand numbered in red ink. 
A fold runs along the center margin in between the notes, 
otherwise only lightly handled. 

Est. $600-$900 


2260 T-39. Confederate Currency. 1 862 $ 1 00 PMG Uncirculated 

62. No. 25461. Plate Ab. PE- 16. A crisp Train note issued in 
August of 1862 by Nathaniel O. Tilton, Captain and Asst. 
Quartermaster. Tilton was in the 25th Regiment of the 
Georgia Infantry. Subsequently this note has an interest paid 
stamp from Savannah and two from Macon. 

Est. $450-$650 



2261 T-39. Confederate Currency. 1862 $100. PMG Choice 
Very Fine 35. No. 24515, Plate Ag. PE- 14. Liendo Plantation 
in Hempstead, Texas was established in 1853 as one of Texas’ 
earliest cotton plantations. It was a the social center of Texas 
at the time, playing host to dignitaries and socialites. During 
the Civil War the plantation hosted cavalry and infantry 
training, an internment camp and a military hospital. This 
T-39 was issued at Hemstead, Texas on December 8, 1862, 
very likely from Liendo Plantation. The note displays only 
moderate circulation with a well penned issuing manuscript. 
Two interest paid stamps are also found on the back. 

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2262 T-40. Confederate Currency. 1862 $100 PMG Extremely 
Fine 40 Net, Minor Rust. No. 33333, Plate Ag. PF-1. An 
interesting Train Note which was issued September 24, 1862 
by Richard M. Cuyler, Major, Artillery & Ordnance. A native 
Georgian, Cuyler saw how important Macons railroads and 
foundries could be to the Souths war effort. He supervised 
the conversion of the foundries into the Macon Arsenal 
and oversaw the production of small arms ammunition and 
artillery there. This lightly circulated $100 features a bold 
manuscript and bright paper as well as a five-digit solid 3 
serial number. Any rust, if present, is incredibly minor. 

Est. $450-$650 

2263 T-40. Confederate Currency. 1862 $100 Very Fine. No. 

38530, Plate Ae. PF-1. This “Diffused Steam” Train Note 
was originally issued September 4, 1862 by W.T Goodwin, 
Deputy Collector at Savannah, Georgia. It was later 
reissued on September 18, 1862 by Captain and Assistant 
Quartermaster J.G. Michailoffsky. Michailoffsky operated 
out of Macon, Georgia. This note is an evenly circulated 
and bright note. The manuscripts on the back are well inked 
with no ink erosion. An interest paid stamp from Augusta, 
Georgia is stamped over Michailoffsky s manuscript. 

Est. $400-$600 

2264 T-40. Confederate Currency. 1862 $100. Very Good-Fine. 
Minor Edge Tears. No. 56801, Plate Af. PF-1. This “Diffused 
Steam” Train note was issued by William F. Haines, Major & 
Quartermaster of the 1st Missouri Infantry. Haines issued 
the note February 26, 1863. Three interest paid stamps from 
1863, 1864 and 1865 are found on the back. The note is well 
circulated but bright with some edge splits and minor tears 
seen mostly at top. 

Est. $400-$600 


Major Richard M. Mason 
Issued T-40 with 
Quartermaster’s Form #27 



2265 T-40. Confederate Currency. 1862-63 $100 PMG About 
Uncirculated 50 Net. No. 67141, Plate Ad. PF-20. Major 
Richard M. Mason enlisted in the Provisional Army 
of Tennessee at Knoxville on August 19, 1861. Mason 
was serving as Assistant Quartermaster on the staff of 
Lieutenant General Leonidas Polk at the time he issued this 
note on March 10, 1863. Mason then relived Major Charles 
Severson as Chief Quartermaster on the staff of Lieutenant 
General Nathan Bedford Forrest in late 1864. He is recorded 
as having surrendered with Forrest at Gainesville, Alabama 
May 3, 1865. This bright and only lightly handled $100 
bears his bold penned manuscript on the verso along 
with a January 23, 1863 issued stamp from the Richmond 
Treasury Office. Quite fascinating is that this note is also 
accompanied by Confederate military Form #27 which lists 
supplies delivered by Major Mason to Captain B.F. Reed, 
AQM at Atlanta, Georgia August, 27 1864. 

The bleed through mentioned by the grading service is 
present but there is no ink erosion whatsoever and no harm 
has been done to the note itself. The Confederate Form #27 
is tri-folded but bright and in otherwise excellent shape. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

2266 T-40. Confederate Currency. 1863 $100. Very Fine. No. 

65831, Plate Ae. PF-20. Major & AQM Israel Gibbons issued 
this T-40 February 4, 1863. Gibbons was from Louisiana 
and a member of the 5th Louisiana Battalion. This note is 
bright and evenly circulated. Two interest paid stamps from 
Savannah, Georgia are found on the back. 

Est. $350-$500 


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2267 T-41. Confederate Currency. 1862-63 $100. PMG 
Extremely Fine 40 Net. Stained. No. 66371, Plate X. PF- 
7. This interest bearing Confederate $100 note was issued 
by Captain A.J. Barry, AQM, Provisional Confederate Army 
on June 1, 1863. Barry served in Mississippi among other 
places. This note was originally issued from the Confederate 
depositary at Knoxville, Tennessee on January 26, 1863 as 
the issuing stamp on the back attests. Barry’s manuscript 
is a touch light but still completely legible and clear of any 
distracting marks. There are 1864 and 1865 interest paid 
stamps from Charleston, South Carolina also found on 
the back. The stains mentioned by the grading service are 
noticed mostly at the right edge. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2268 T-41. Confederate Currency. 1862-63 $100. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 66 EPQ. No. 12416, Plate Z. PF-1 LA gorgeous 
example of this T-41 “Hoer” with naturally wavy paper and 
easily noticed plate embossing. The cut is well above average 
with ample margins all around. This example comes on 
paper bearing the “CSA” watermark in scrip letters. Issued 
with a round ink stamp from the T. Sanford Depositary at 
Montgomery, Alabama on November 29, 1862. There is an 
1863 interest paid stamp from Montgomery and 1864 and 
1865 interest paid stamps from Macon, Georgia observed 
on the verso. 

Est. $500-$700 


Confederate Navy Paymaster 
John W. Nixon Issued T-41 
with Documents 







2269 T-41. Confederate Currency. 1862-63 $100 PMG 
Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. No. 43366, Plate W. PF-22. 
Confederate Navy Paymaster John W. Nixon issued this 
T-41 August 1, 1863. Nixon was the Paymaster at New 
Orleans, Louisiana. This crisp Hoer note displays great 
color and large margins. Nixons manuscript on the back is 
light but still very legible. An 1864 Interest Paid stamp from 
Augusta, Georgia has been stamped over it. Accompanying 
this note are two documents pertaining to Nixon’s duties 
as Paymaster at New Orleans. The first is a Statement of 
Account for Nixon for 2nd, 3rd and 4th quarters of 1861 
on account of his appropriation for equipment and repairs. 
The second is a First Auditor’s Certificate dated March 8th, 
1865. Both documents are completed by Nixon himself and 
the handwriting is identical to that found on the note. Each 
document has been folded with minor splits in the fold 
lines. Nixon is one of only a few known Confederate Naval 
issuers of Train and Hoer notes. A fascinating and rare piece 
of Confederate Naval history. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2270 T-41. Confederate Currency. 1862-63 $100. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 65 EPQ. No. 50666, Plate Y. PF-25. Complete 
originality is displayed by this Gem $100 “Hoer” which 
features full margins and bright paper with clear evidence 
of plate embossing. This variety comes on paper bearing 
the “CSA” watermark in vertical block letters. Three interest 
paid stamps from Augusta, Georgia are observed on the 
back. 

Est. $500-$700 


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Rare Capt. R.H. Smith, 
28th Mississippi Issued T-41 




2271 T-41. Confederate Currency. 1862-63 $100. PMG Very 
Fine 25 Net. Tears. No. 68668, Plate Y. PF-25. Captain and 
Assistant Quartermaster R.H. Smith of the 28th Regiment 
Mississippi Volunteers issued this $100 “Hoer” on June 19, 
1863. The 28th Mississippi was organized in February 1862. 
Colonel Peter B. Starke was the commanding officer. Most 
notably the 28th saw action in Tennessee where they were 
hailed for their bravery in an attack on Franklin, Tennessee. 
Later they would see action in Mississippi and Alabama. 
The note is a bright mid-grade piece with good color and 
full frame lines. The issuing manuscript on the back is well 
penned in neat cursive and is totally clear and legible. Just a 
few minor tears are noticed along the bottom edge. 

Est. $1500-$2500 



2272 T-41. Confederate Currency. 1862-1863 $100. PMG 
Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. No. 67265, Plate Y. PF-51. A 
fully margined and strictly original T-41 $100 that is darkly 
inked on paper watermarked “CSA” in vertical block letters. 
There is a July 28, 1863 issue stamp from the depository at 
Knoxville, Tennessee along with interest paid stamps from 
Knoxville and Augusta, Georgia found on back. 

Est. $500-$700 












2274 T-41. Confederate Currency. 1862-63 $100. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 63 EPQ. No. 152956, Plate Z. PF-28. A crisp 
example of this scarce “Hoer” variety with the engraved “T” 
in error at the left edge of the central vignette and printed on 
paper with the “J Whatman 1862” watermark. This example 
displays naturally wavy paper and plate embossing. The cut 
is just a bit into the design in the far top left. Fricke gives this 
an R-10 rarity rating in his latest reference. 

Est. $600-$800 


Major William W. Morrison 
Issued T-41 $100 

First Public Offering 



2275 T-41. Confederate Currency. 1862-63 $100. PMG 
Choice About Uncirculated 58 EPQ. No. 166030, Plate 
W. A wonderful military issued T-41 from an issuer who 
is unlisted in either the McNeil reference or the 2014 
edition of Collecting Confederate Paper Money by Fricke. 
Major William W. Morrison issued this note April 18, 1863. 
Morrison was a native of Iredell County, North Carolina and 
prior to the onset of the Civil War he had been the United 
States Postmaster for Statesville, North Carolina. Morrison 
joined the Confederate Army July 19, 1861 with the rank 
of Captain reporting to Brigadier General R.C. Gatlin. 
Morrison served as Assistant Commissary of Subsistence in 
the Military District of Pamlico posted in Goldsboro, North 
Carolina. Morrison was promoted to Major in September of 
1861 and later served on the staff of Brigadier General L.S. 
Baker. At the conclusion of the war Morrison was paroled at 
Charlotte, North Carolina on May 20, 1865. 

Est. $2500-$3500 


2273 T-41. Confederate Currency. 1862 $100 PCGS Very Fine 
30 Apparent. Stains, Small Holes. No. 153421, Plate Z. PF- 
64. A rare variety of this $100 “Hoer” type. This example 
comes printed on Whatman watermarked paper with the 
engraved “T” in error at the edge of the central vignette and 
the inner frame line which stops before “Except.” The Fricke 
reference lists this variety as R-12 or better. This is the first 
example we have been able to entertain. The note displays 
some light to medium stains and some very minor paper 
loss in a fold through the portrait. 

Est. $500-$700 


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2276 T-41. Confederate Currency. 1862-63 $100 PMG Very Fine 30. No. 95993. Plate W. This T-41 was issued under the authority of Major 
and Asst. Quartermaster Charles S. Severson of Mississippi. Severson was eventually appointed Chief Quartermaster to Major General 
Nathan Bedford Forrest. This note is only moderately circulated with great color and a bold penned endorsement. 

Est. $500-$700 

Rare Major O.P. Chaffee Issued T-41 with Special Military Orders 



2277 T-41. Confederate Currency. 1863 $100 PMG Fine 15 Net, Repaired, Rust, Stained. No. 158121, Plate X. PF-59. The story of Major 
Orestes Parmeno Chaffee is colorful, if not outlandish. By his own account he left his Ohio home as a boy and set out for Saint Louis. 
He worked for a time as an express rider with future General Joseph Johnston. He had settled down as a planter in Wilcox County, 
Alabama when the war broke out and soon after he enlisted as a private. After the Battle of Shiloh he was promoted to Major for “gallant 
conduct” on the field of action. He served on the staffs of Generals Braxton Bragg, J.K. Duncan, John Bell Hood, Joseph Johnston and 
Joseph Wheeler. After the war Chaffee claimed to be one of just a few former Confederates not to be granted general amnesty and he 
fled to Brazil where he served as a Major and cavalry inspector for Brazil in the Paraguayan War. Afterwards he farmed land he had 
been granted after his service but befell numerous hardships before returning to the United States in 1883. He worked in the US. Army 
Quartermaster s Office in Holbrook, Arizona where he was also the towns postmaster. Later his duties took him to Cuba and finally New 
Orleans. He died in Kansas City, Missouri in 1908. Chaffee’s brother, Adna Romanza Chaffee was a Union soldier in the Civil War and 
was later a Lieutenant General who served as Chief of Staff of the United States Army from 1904 to 1906. 

This T-41 was issued by Major O.P. Chaffee March 28, 1863. The manuscript is penned in bold inks and is fully legible. The note has 
a repaired tear and split through the manuscript that does little to disturb the outward appearance. Some rather insignificant rust and 
stains are also noted by the grading service. The Fricke reference gives Chaffee a R-14 rarity rating, approximately 2 known. The note is 
accompanied by a handwritten “Special Order No. 65” from Major General Joseph Wheeler issued at the Cavalry Corps headquarters at 
Gadsden, Alabama August 24, 1863. In part the orders authorize Major Chaffee to impress 45 horses for use of the artillery of the corps. 
The orders are in good overall condition with minor splits in a couple of fold lines. Both contemporary and modern sources commonly 
misspell Chaffee’s name Chaffie. Our research indicates Chaffee is the correct spelling. A fascinating lot with background into the day to 
day workings of these Confederate staff officers. 

Est. $1250-$1750 

Fully Framed Choice Uncirculated T-42 



2278 T-42. Confederate Currency. 1862 $2 PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. No. 185, Plate 9. PF-3. This is the nicest T-42 we have ever 
had the opportunity to offer and it is the second finest graded by PMG. This is a fully margined note with boldly printed black inks and 
bright paper. T-42s are notoriously difficult in find well cut and this is easily one of the better cut notes you are ever likely to find. PMG 
has graded one note at the Gem level and only this note in 64 EPQ. Many Confederate specialists would likely consider an Uncirculated 
note with these margins to be Gem but we will leave that to be decided by the bidding public this evening. The grading service notes “as 
made paper wrinkles” on the back of the holder. They are found at back left and are of little consequence. A terrific note destined for a 
fine Confederate type set. 

Est. $1200-$1700 


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2279 T-42. Confederate Currency. 1862 $2 PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 63. No. 20548, Plate 9. PF-5. A scarce note in 
Uncirculated grades. This Third Series T-42 is darkly inked 
and displays excellent print quality. 

Est. $500-$700 



2280 T-44. Confederate Currency. 1 862 $ 1 . PMG Choice About 
Uncirculated 58 EPQ. No. 51156, Plate 2. PF-3. This is a 
bright and well printed 1862 “Lucy Pickens” Ace. Pickens, 
often referred to as the “Queen of the Confederacy” was the 
wife of South Carolina governor Francis Wilkinson Pickens. 
The note is nearly fully framed. Whatever the grade limiting 
factor is it is not clearly apparent through the holder. 

Est. $400-$500 



2281 T-45. Confederate Currency. 1862 $1 PCGS Apparent 
Very Fine 30, Small Stain Near Center No. 48936, Plate 
2. PF-1. Crisp bright paper and a bold green overprint are 
observed on this moderately circulated 1862 Ace. Nearly 
fully framed and plus print quality. A small stain mentioned 
by the grading service is present but very minor. Above 
average eye appeal for a Very Fine note. 

Est. $300-$500 



2282 T-45. Confederate Currency. 1862 $1 PMG Very Fine 25. 

No. 27491, Plate 8. PF-2. This is a scarce fully framed T-45 
which still retains a vibrant green overprint and wholesome 
paper for the grade. T-45s are not usually cut this well and 
ones that are usually attract attention of knowledgeable 
collectors. The woman pictured at bottom right is Lucy 
Pickens, known as the “Queen of the Confederacy.” Pickens 
was the wife of South Carolina governor Francis W. Pickens. 

Est. $300-$500 



2283 T-52. Confederate Currency. Inverted Back 1862 $10. 
Fine Net. Tape, Stains. Serial Number Unknown, Plate B. 
PF-1 IB. A rare inverted back error is found on this 1862 $10. 
Fricke gives these inverted back notes a Rarity 12- rating in 
his reference. There is tape found at top and bottom center 
on the face along with some stains and toning. There are also 
some paper pulls on the back. The note has two round cut 
out cancellations at the bottom left and right. Still a rarely 
seen and impressive inverted back error. 

Est. $750-$1000 



2284 T-53. Confederate Currency. 1862 $5. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. (PF-1 6) A condition scarcity with 
this note being among the finest PMG has graded for the 
catalog number with three equals. Original paper and nearly 
Gem. 

Est. $400-$600 


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2285 T-55. Confederate Currency. 1862 $1. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64. No. 82037, Plate D. PF-7. These 1862 
Aces are quite scarce in such high state of preservation. This 
example is truly choice with darkly printed inks and great 
pink paper. This note is tied for second finest graded by 
PMG. There are two other notes in the pop report at Choice 
Uncirculated 64 with one note finer, a Choice Uncirculated 
64 EPQ note. We are unsure what the minor detraction the 
grading service found in prevented this note from receiving 
the EPQ qualifier. It appears to be truly exceptional for the 
type. 

Est. $400-$600 








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2286 T-56. Confederate Currency. 1863 $100. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. No. 2046, Plate B. PF-1. Naturally 
wavy paper and boldly printed inks are featured on this crisp 
C-note. The red overprint with stamped serial numbers and 
July, 1863 issue date is bright and well embossed into the 
clean paper. The back is well centered and printed in vibrant 
green inks. Very much a Choice example of this popular 
1863 “Lucy Pickens” $100 note. 

Est. $450-$650 



2287 T-56. Confederate Currency. 1863 $100. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64. No. 1742, Plate A. PF-1. Great color and 
original embossing are seen on this crisp Keatinge & Ball 
1863 $100. 

Est. $400-$600 



2288 Lot of (4) T-58. Confederate Currency. 1863 $20. 
Uncirculated. (PF-1 7) Consecutive run of four. Second 
series. Printed on plain paper. A highly scarce consecutive 
group of these Second Series notes with all showing 
appealing manuscript signatures. Bright red date stamp 
vertically at upper right center. Appealing blue back design 
and only minimal show through of the hand written details. 

Est. $1500-$2000 



2289 T-56. Confederate Currency. 1863 $100 PCGS Choice 

New 63 PPQ. No. 1518, Plate B. PF-1. A crisp 1863 Lucy 
Pickens $100 with bright paper and bold inks. This note is 
fully framed and choice for the grade. 

Est. $400-$600 



2290 T-62. Confederate Currency. 1863 $1 PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 63 EPQ. No. 18179, Plate C. PF-1. The 1863 
Aces are printed on pink banknote paper which was often 
susceptible to ink burn and paper flaws. Truly Choice 
notes are difficult to locate. This example comes on clean, 
wholesome pink paper. The cut is decent for the type with 
three full frame lines and cut just into the frame along the 
top edge. 

Est. $300-$500 


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2291 T-64. Confederate Currency. 1864 $500 PCGS Very Fine 

35. No. 11786, Plate A. PF-2. The pink underprint remains 
bold on this evenly circulated $500. A red Confederate 
Treasury Department stamp is found in the top right corner. 

Est. $400-$500 



2292 T-64. Confederate Currency. 1864 $500 PCGS Very Fine 

30. No. 11679, Plate A. PF-2. This pink underprint $500 
evenly circulated and well cut. The T-motto at left, “Deo 
Vindice,” means “Under God, our vindicator.” 

Est. $400-$500 



2293 T-65. Confederate Currency. 1864. $100 PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 65 EPQ. One of a seldom seen two consecutive 
Gem examples of this popular Lucy Pickens type. The note 
displays wonderful manuscript details and an appealingly 
dark tint. 

Est. $700-$900 



2294 T-65. Confederate Currency. 1864. $100 PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 65 EPQ. A terrific example of this Lucy 
Pickens design wit ha medium to dark under-print. Seldom 
seen Gem quality. 

Est. $700-$900 



2295 CT-65. Confederate Currency. 1864 $100. PCGS Gem 
New 65 PPQ. “Havana” Counterfeit. (Tremmel CT-65/491) 
A fully Gem “Havana” Counterfeit 1864 $100. Criswell 
alleged that these notes were produced in Havana and then 
later smuggled into Mobile, Alabama. Characteristics of 
this counterfeit are six-digit stamped serial numbers and 
no visible space between the standing soldiers body and his 
right elbow. The back print is rather poorly executed with 
softer detail and a lighter blue than the authentic notes. This 
example has large even margins on the face and excellent 
color. 

Est. $300-$500 



2296 T-66. Confederate Currency. 1864 $50 PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 65 EPQ. No. 81089, Plate YA. Full margins 
and excellent color are featured on this 1864 $50. The 
registration is near perfect on this well printed Gem note. 

Est. $400-$600 



2297 T-66. Confederate Currency. 1864 $50. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 63 EPQ. No. 85691, Plate ZA. PF-11. 
Excellent color is observed on this Choice 1864 Fifty The 
under tint is boldly printed in color somewhere between 
salmon and bright red. The paper is crisp and problem free 
and the printed serial numbers are heavily inked and well 
embossed. Part of the red Confederate Treasury Seal can be 
found stamped in the bottom left corner on the face. 

Est. $300-$400 


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2298 T-69. Confederate Currency. 1864 $5. (6) Consecutive 
Red Tinted Examples. Choice Uncirculated. Nos. 3371 1 to 
33716, Plate G. PF-5-R. A gorgeous run of 1864 Fives which 
display some of the best color this cataloger has ever seen 
for the type. The tint is a brilliant red printed across each 
note in full detail. The overall print quality of each note is 
flawless with boldly inked design elements. These red tinted 
notes are quite scarce in any grade but downright rare in 
Choice Uncirculated. Each note is cut a bit inside the frame 
at bottom. A light paper wrinkle is seen on each note, likely 
as made or from the drying process. Quite an impressive 
run of notes. 

Est. $400-$600 



2299 T-70. Confederate Currency. 1864 $2 PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 65 EPQ. No. 106933, Plate B. PF-5. All Gem 
graded Confederate notes are rare and this impressive 1864 
$2 is tied for the finest graded by PMG. It features a vibrant 
red-orange overprint unlike many found in dull pink. Four 
full frame lines are observed along with bright paper and 
boldly inked design elements. 

Est. $400-$600 



2300 T-70. Confederate Currency. 1864 $2 PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. No. 92635, Plate G. PF-4. A well 
inked pink underprint is found on this crisp late issue 
Deuce. Judah P. Benjamin is pictured at right. He held 
three different cabinet positions during the war. He was 
first Attorney General, then Secretary of War and finally 
Secretary of State. 

Est. $300-$400 


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2301 Fr. 3. 1861 $5 Demand Note. PMG Choice Fine 15 Net. 
Foreign Substance, Rust, Retouched. A scarce type in any 
grade and this note shows the initial appeal of a Very Fine 
piece. A few minor problems however ultimately limit the 
grade. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

Large Size Legal Tender Notes 



2302 Fr. 16. 1862 $1 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Choice About 

New 55 PPQ. One of the more impressive notes for this 
design we have handled in recent memory for the About 
Uncirculated grade level. Complete with large even borders, 
strictly original paper and just touches of circulation. 

Est. $1500-$2500 



2303 Fr. 16c. 1862 $1 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Choice About 

New 58. A note that borders on an Uncirculated grade and 
is seen with stunning color and detail of this earliest Legal 
Tender One Dollar design. Serial number at lower left over 
“1” counter with no green patent date and series at right. It 
seems mostly handling accounts for the grade. 

Est. $1750-$2750 


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2304 Fr. 18. 1869 $1 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Choice About 

New 58 PPQ. This note comes from a known run of “D” 
position notes that all were in terrific states of preservation. 
This piece enjoys excellent color as well with deep green 
inks at the under-printing spanning the top. A bold treasury 
seal and deep blue tinted paper at left of center complete the 
“Rainbow” theme for which these notes are popular for. 

Est. $2500-$3500 




2305 Fr. 18. 1869 $1 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Choice About 
New 55 PPQ. This strikingly appealing Choice About New 
55 PPQ note shows with terrific color and detail throughout. 
Lovely centering and with unquestionably original paper. 
Certainly an example for the grade that is among the nicest 
we have handled. 

Est. $2000-$3000 



2306 Fr. 27. 1878 $1 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Choice About 

New 58. A bright example of this “Floral” overprinted type 
that shows with the ornate red feature at the lower right along 
with a small red treasury seal with rays. An exceptionally 
dark impression is welcomed and provides crisp detail of 
the design. Nicely embossed inks are present and it seems a 
minor spot at the right margin is the reason PCGS Currency 
did not apply a “PPQ” designation. 

Est. $800-$1200 



2307 Fr. 36. 1 9 1 7 $ 1 Legal Tender Note. PMG Gem Uncirculated 
65 EPQ. This low numbered note shows with a pleasing 
serial of B600A and is preserved in a coveted Gem state. 

Est. $700-$900 



2308 Fr. 39. 1 9 1 7 $ 1 Legal Tender Note. PMG Gem Uncirculated 
66 EPQ. A lovely note with great centering and margins and 
pack fresh original paper. 

Est. $600-$800 



2309 Fr. 40. 1 923 $ 1 Legal Tender Note. PMG Gem Uncirculated 
65 EPQ. A fancy four digit radar serial number A5335B 
is found on this Gem 1923 Legal Tender Ace. This well 
margined note displays darkly printed engraved design 
elements and bright red overprint embossed into creamy 
paper. 

Est. $1250-$1750 


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2310 Fr. 40. 1 923 $ 1 Legal Tender Note. PMG Gem Uncirculated 
65 EPQ. A popular Legal Tender type that is not offered 
nearly enough in Gem grades to satisfy collector demand. 
This particular example is with large even borders and 
sensational print quality. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

2311 Fr. 40. 1923 $1 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Choice About 

New 58 PPQ. Just a touch of circulation on this brightly 
inked and fully original Legal Tender. 

Est. $400-$600 



2312 Fr. 41. 1862 $2 Legal Tender Note. PMG Very Fine 25. An 

appealing mid-grade example with sharp detail throughout 
this early design type remaining. A few small tears at the 
margins are observed and mentioned by PMG in the 
comments section of the holder. 

Est. $800-$1200 

2313 Fr. 41a. 1862 $2 Legal Tender Note. PMG Choice Fine 15 
Net. Minor Discoloration. A note that escalates rapidly in 
price with quality as pieces above this Fine level are scarce. 
Some minor problems are seen but are typical for this early 
series. 

Est. $500-$700 



2314 Fr. 57. 1917 $2 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Gem New 65 

PPQ. Terrifically dark primary inks bring out vast detail in 
the long lived Jefferson Two Dollar design type. 

Est. $700-$900 



2315 Fr. 59. 1 9 1 7 $2 Legal Tender Note. PMG Gem Uncirculated 
65 EPQ. A note that certainly meets all the criteria for the 
assigned Gem grade. Nicely centered with fresh original 
paper and lovely detail throughout. 

Est. $700-$900 



2316 Fr. 64. 1869 $5 Legal Tender Note. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. This sensational Choice Uncirculated 
note shows with simply radiant color that makes up the 
popular “Rainbow” scheme associated with these notes. 
Deep blue tint at left of center along with green under- 
printing spanning the length of the top. Large red spiked 
seal at lower right. Centering alone prevents a higher grade. 

Est. $3000-$4000 



2317 Fr. 72. 1880 $5 Legal Tender Note. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. A boldly inked and crisp example of 
this classically designed 1880 $5 Legal Tender Note. Strong 
embossing and good color are observed. This note was 
previously from the holdings of the late Thomas M. Flynn. 

Est. $1250-$1750 


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2318 Fr. 80. 1880 $5 Legal Tender Note. PMG Choice About 
Uncirculated 58 EPQ. Courtesy Autograph. This appealing 
note shows with great ink tones that provide contrast and 
clarity to this popular “Wood Chopper” design type. Nicely 
centered and seen with a courtesy autograph from D.N. 
Morgan above his engraved signature. 

Est. $800-$1200 



2319 Er. 88. 1907 $5 Legal Tender Note. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. Terrific ink tones and great appeal 
throughout on this near Gem example. 

Est. $400-$600 




2321 Fr. 96. 1869 $10 Legal Tender Note. PMG Choice Fine 15. 

A note that borders on a Very Fine grade and is presented in 
an attractive problem free state. Nice color remains for the 
grade. 

Est. $800-$1200 




2322 Fr. 106. 1880 $10 Legal Tender Note. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 65 EPQ. An always appealing design type 
and especially so when offered in these Gem states of 
preservation. This example is found with blast white 
paper, lovely centering and margins and nicely embossed 
overprints. 

Est. $3000-$4000 



2320 Fr. 96. 1869 $10 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Very Choice 

New 64 PPQ. A note that pairs quite well with a Five Dollar 
“Rainbow” note we are offering in the same grade level. This 
note shows with highly colorful devices, such as the blue 
tinted paper and green under-printing. Strikingly original 
with lovely centering of the face and just a touch low at the 
back. 

Est. $5000-$7000 


2323 Fr. 107. 1880 $10 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Choice About 

New 58. A darkly inked example of this ornately designed 
1880 $10 Legal. This note features a wonderful spiked peach 
Treasury Seal and deep blue serial numbers. The example 
offered here features ample margins and bright paper. Traces 
of plate embossing are also observed. 

Est. $1000-$1500 


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2324 Fr. 1 14. 1901 $10 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Choice New 63 

PPQ. A famous design that always receives great attention 
from collectors with the detailed central vignette of a Bison. 
This piece shows with terrific embossing and lovely color 
throughout. Nearly Gem and a note that will save a nice 
premium over the cost of Gem material. 

Est. $4000-$6000 



2325 Fr. 114. 1901 $10 Legal Tender Note. PMG Very Fine 20. 

A well centered Very Fine “Bison” note that is free from any 
netting defects. 

Est. $800-$1200 



2326 Fr. 121m. 1901 $10 Legal Tender Note. PMG Very Fine 25. 

A mid-grade note that offers nice appeal for the grade with 
bright overprints and even circulation. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



2327 Fr. 121m. 1901 $10 Legal Tender Note. PMG Very Fine 25 
Net. Retouched. A note that retains bright overprints and 
attractive appeal for the grade. 

Est. $800-$1200 



2328 Fr. 122. 1901 $10 Legal Tender Note. PMG Very Fine 30 
EPQ. One of a nice group of mid-grade “Bison” notes we are 
offering with this example showing strictly original paper 
throughout. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



2329 Fr. 122. 1901 $10 Legal Tender Note. PMG Very Fine 30. 

A lovely circulated example that shows ruby red overprints 
and light even wear. Extremely popular in these mid-grades. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



2330 Fr. 122. 1901 $10 Legal Tender Note. PMG Very Fine 25 
EPQ. A note with better appeal than the technical grade 
would suggest with light even circulation and bold inks 
throughout. A note that benefited from PMGs recent 
adoption of making the 25 grade able to qualify for an 
“EPQ” designation. 

Est. $1250-$1750 


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Appealing Very Choice New “Poker Chip” $10 Legal 



2331 Fr. 123. 1923 $10. Legal Tender Notes. PCGS Very Choice New 64. This impressive note shows with the initial appeal of a Gem with 
a bold impression of this appealing $10 design type. Large margins are welcomed along with bold red overprints. The back design 
showcases the left and right counters in which this notes gets the nickname “Poker Chip” from. With the cost of Gem notes bringing 
nearly $20,000, this appealing Very Choice New example should prove an attractive alternative. 

Est. $8000-$10000 




2333 Fr. 147. 1880 $20 Legal Tender Note. PMG Very Fine 30 
EPQ. This attractive $20 design is found with just light even 
circulation and strictly original paper. Seldom available as 
such. 

Est. $800-$1200 


2332 Fr. 123. 1923 $10 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Very Fine 25 

PPQ. One of the most appealing Very Fine examples of this 
design we have handled in recent memory. Fully original 
paper and light even circulation. A seldom encountered 
state for this desirable “Poker Chip” note. 

Est. $3000-$4000 


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Lovely 1869 “Rainbow” $50 Legal Tender 




2334 Fr. 151. 1869 $50 Legal Tender Note. PMG Very Fine 20. A note which always creates a stir among collectors when offered being 
seldom available publicly. This well circulated yet still highly appealing serial number Y 146481 note offers pleasing detail and color for 
the grade throughout. Allegorical figure of Peace standing at left with Mercury in hand, and laurel leaves. Portrait vignette of Henry Clay 
at right. Printed on appealing blue tinted paper, the tint seen at right of center on the face, large red and well defined spiked treasury seal 
at center, and also red protectors at the serial numbers. A significant offering for the collector seeking an attractive Very Fine example of 
this elusive design. 

Est. $30000-$50000 


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Large Size Silver Certificates 




2335 Fr. 215. 1886 $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Gem New 65 

PPQ. This number represents the first of the Marthas and 
comes with a small red unspiked Treasury Seal and full 
ornate back print. The present example is darkly printed 
on bright white paper. This Gem is a good fit for anyone 
looking for an ideal example of the type. 

Est. $3000-$4000 




2337 Fr. 219. 1886 $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Very Choice New 

64. A note with the initial appeal of a Gem with pleasing 
centering and margins and lovely original paper noticed 
quite easily when looking through the encapsulation 
surface. These 1886 One Dollar “Martha” Silver Certificates 
are quite scarce in higher grades and it seems just a small 
foxing mark at the left margin is all that prevented a Gem 
designation. 

Est. $3000-$4000 



2338 Fr. 223. 1891 $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Choice Extremely 
Fine 45 EPQ. Extremely faint circulation with lovely original 
paper and nice centering. 

Est. $700-$900 


2336 Fr. 219. 1886 $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Gem New 65 

PPQ. A handsome example of this popular variety, large 
brown Treasury Seal. The colors are bright throughout and 
every detail is choice. While the current census shows over 
400 known in all grades combined, high grade examples are 
infrequently seen. PCGS has only graded seven in this grade 
with three finer. Here is an ideal note for the specialist or 
for inclusion in a type set. Plated on Page 147 of American 
History as Seen Through Currency, by Dr. Edward A. Dauer. 

Est. $6000-$8000 


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2339 Fr. 224. 1896 $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Gem New 66 

PPQ. This “A” plate position “Educational” note shows with 
some of the largest margins we have seen for the design. 
A vibrant and well inked impression of the design wrings 
out all the detail the ornate engraving can offer and lovely 
original paper furthers the appeal. 

Est. $4000-$5000 



2340 Fr. 224. 1896 $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Choice About 
Uncirculated 58. This is a well centered and bright 
Educational Ace which features bold color in the overprint 
and large margins. Just a light centerfold is observed. 

Est. $1500-$2000 



2341 Fr. 224. 1896 $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS About New 50 

PPQ. One of a terrific grouping of three we are offering that 
are all from the same sheet. This “C” position note shows 
with just faint circulation and retains lovely original paper. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



2342 Fr. 224. 1896 $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Extremely Fine 

45 PPQ. Fantastic margins house this iconic One Dollar 
“Educational” design type that shows with appeal that rivals 
higher grade pieces. One of three we are offering from the 
same sheet. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2343 Fr. 224. 1896 $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Extremely Fine 

45. Deeply embossed overprints are quickly observed 
looking through the encapsulation surface and it seems just 
a minor stain is all that prevented PCGS from applying a 
“PPQ” designation. 

Est. $900-$1200 



2344 Fr. 224. 1896 $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Choice Very Fine 

35 EPQ. Large even margins and bold color are seen on this 
moderately circulated Educational Series “Ace.” Deep serial 
number embossing is still clearly evident through the holder 
on this Choice note. 

Est. $700-$900 



2345 Fr. 226. 1 899 $ 1 Silver Certificate. PMG Gem Uncirculated 
66 EPQ. This more challenging date above the serial number 
type is always a favorite among collectors as it represents the 
first catalog number on this iconic “Black Eagle” type. Broad 
even margins and strong ink tones enhance the appeal well 
above others in Gem grades. 

Est. $1500-$2000 


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2346 Fr. 226a. 1899 $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Superb Gem 

New 67 PPQ. A technically outstanding offering of this 
“Black Eagle” note and seen with picture perfect centering 
and margins and resounding detail throughout both the 
face and back impression. Unquestionably original and 
certainly a note that would enhance any collection of large 
size Gem material. 

Est. $1500-$2000 



2347 Fr. 226a. 1899 $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Superb Gem 

New 67 PPQ. Large size notes at this Superb Gem grade 
level are highly scarce with even the most available of designs 
considered. This 1899 “Black Eagle” Silver Certificate shows 
with picture perfect centering and margins along with 
deeply embossed overprints. 

Est. $1500-$2000 





2349 Fr. 229. $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 

EPQ. This exceptionally well preserved note will fit nicely 
into any large size collection of Gem material. 

Est. $700-$900 



2350 Fr. 229a. 1899 $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Choice Very 
Fine 35 EPQ. A key note to this 1899 “Black Eagle” One 
Dollar Silver Certificate series that shows the signatures 
of Vernon - McClung with the date vertically at right. 
This example is quite attractive and shows with the appeal 
of a higher grade as the circulation is quite light and very 
even. Nicely embossed overprints help justify the “EPQ” 
designation applied by PMG. 

Est. $1500-$2500 



2351 Fr. 230. 1 899 $ 1 Silver Certificate. PMG Gem Uncirculated 
65 EPQ. Courtesy Autograph. This note starts a pleasing 
grouping of “Black Eagles” we are offering exhibiting a 
courtesy autograph of A.U Wymans along with his office 
tenure of 1876 and 1883 to 1885 as Treasurer of United 
States. The quality of the note is quite lovely with large even 
borders and perfectly original paper. One of three we are 
offering from the same sheet. 

Est. $700-$900 


2348 Fr. 227. 1899 $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. Serial Number 2. A remarkable 
note that shows with an extremely important single digit 
serial number of K2. The note is found with well embossed 
overprints and strictly original paper throughout. Brilliant 
blue overprints show with great detail and a Gem grade 
seems to be only ever so slightly missed due to centering 
alone. 

Est. $4000-$6000 


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2352 Fr. 230. 1 899 $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Gem Uncirculated 
65 EPQ. Courtesy Autograph. Consecutive to the previous 
lot with this “B” position “Black Eagle” again showing a 
courtesy autograph of A.U. Wyman along with his tenure as 
Treasurer of the United States. Equally pleasing in terms of 
grade. 

Est. $700-$900 



2353 Fr. 230. 1 899 $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Gem Uncirculated 
65 EPQ. Courtesy Autograph. This pleasing Gem example 
shows with an additional bonus of a courtesy autograph 
of Ellis Roberts with his tenure as Treasurer of the United 
States as well. 

Est. $700-$900 



2354 Fr. 230. 1 899 $ 1 . Silver Certificate. PMG Gem Uncirculated 
65 EPQ. Courtesy Autograph. The third installment of this 
trio of notes we are offering from a incomplete cut sheet with 
this “D” position note again showing an attractive vertically 
oriented at right courtesy autograph of A.U. Wyman. Lovely 
technical quality for the grade further improves the eye 
appeal. 

Est. $700-$900 



2355 Fr. 230. 1899 $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Gem New 66 

PPQ. Stunningly original and seen with lovely centering 
and margins. 

Est. $700-$900 



2356 Fr. 233. 1899 $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Gem New 65 

PPQ. A note that has a lot going for it with striking technical 
quality for the assigned Gem grade and terrific serial 
number of T99999955T. Certainly a note that will stand out 
among more mundane numbered Gem material. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2357 Fr. 237. 1923 $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Superb Gem 
Uncirculated 67 EPQ. A technically outstanding example 
of this Silver Certificate design type. Broad even margins are 
found housing a sharp impression of the design. 

Est. $500-$700 


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Brilliant Gem 1886 $2 Silver Certificate 



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2358 Fr. 244. 1886 $2 Silver Certificate. PCGS Gem New 66 PPQ. A beautiful Gem example of this lovely type note with a large brown 
spiked seal. The paper is bright and original, displaying deep punch through embossing that can easily be seen through the holder. Both 
sides are extremely well centered, with nice broad margins and bold ink tones. Even at this grade, we wonder why this note did not get 
rated a little higher. 

Est. $12500-$17500 



2359 Fr. 246. 1891 $2 Silver Certificate. PCGS Very Fine 20. A design type that is not offered nearly enough in these pleasing mid-grades 
with this Very Fine note offering still pleasing detail throughout. Problem free for the grade and still bright overprints. 

Est. $1000-$1500 


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Gem New “Educational” Two Dollar 


2360 Fr. 247. 1896 $2 Silver Certificate. PCGS Gem New 65 PPQ. Offerings of this fabulous Two Dollar 1896 Silver Certificate design type 
cannot be had enough in Gem grades and this bright note will certainly enhance any collection. The “Educational” vignette of “Science 
Presenting Steam and Electricity to Commerce and Manufacture,” is well detailed and pronounced. Nicely centered along with original 
paper. 

Est. $8000-$12000 





2361 Fr. 249. 1899 $2 Silver Certificate. PMG Choice About 
Uncirculated 58 EPQ. A semi-broad corner fold at the 
lower right is all we can see for circulation on this original 
and attractive note. 

Est. $900-$1200 



2362 Fr. 25 1 . 1 899 $2 Silver Certificate. PMG Gem Uncirculated 
65 EPQ. The bold blue overprint is deeply embossed into 
this crisp Vernon-Treat 1899 $2 Silver. This well margined 
note displays excellent originality and print quality. 

Est. $1500-$2000 



2363 Fr. 252. 1899 $2 Silver Certificate. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. A note that certainly has the appeal 
of a Gem example with pleasing margins and original paper 
throughout. We cannot determine the limiting factor in 
grade. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



2364 Fr. 255. 1899 $2 Silver Certificate. PMG Gem 

Uncirculated 65 EPQ. This lovely Gem example shows 
with absolutely radiant color with deep blue overprints and 
lovely embossing. Nicely centered and certainly a note that 
meets all the criteria for the assigned grade. 

Est. $1500-$2000 


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Choice Uncirculated “Silver Dollar Back” Note 



2365 Fr. 263. 1886 $5 Silver Certificate. PCGS Choice Uncirculated 64 PPQ. A design type which always stands out within any collection 
as the highly ornate back vignette depicts five contemporary silver dollars meaning to reassure the holder of its value. The note always 
is met with spirited bidding when offered in Uncirculated grades and this bright and well margined note will not disappoint. A dark 
impression leaves no detail without strong contrast to the bright white paper stock. Boldly overprinted with a popular large brown 
treasury seal and brilliant blue serial numbers. With the availability of Gems quite low when compared to the demand, these pleasing 
Choice Uncirculated notes are starting to reach record levels. 

Est. $12500-$17500 


1886 $5 “Silver Dollar Back” Note 



2366 Fr. 263. 1886 $5 Silver Certificate. PCGS Very Choice New 64. One of the great type notes in all of American currency collecting, the 
“Silver Dollar Back” Five Dollar notes are known for their ornate beauty and striking design. The five Morgan Silver Dollars across the 
green back are known to stop many collectors and dealers in their tracks for a moment as their minds are taken back to a time when our 
money evoked the beauty and boldness of the nation. This example is no different with vibrant color, ample margins, and rich creamy 
paper. 

Est. $9000-$12000 


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2367 Fr. 263. 1886 $5 Silver Certificate. PMG Fine 12. A well 
circulated but still fully collectible example of this largely 
popular “Silver Dollar Back” design. A tear at the upper left 
margin is noticed and mentioned by PMG in the comments 
section of the holder. 

Est. $800-$1200 



2368 Fr. 263. 1886 $5 Silver Certificate. PMG Fine 12. Well 
circulated but importantly free from any netting defects. 
A design type that escalated dramatically in price as the 
quality increases. 

Est. $800-$1200 




2369 Fr. 267. 1891 $5 Silver Certificate. PMG About 
Uncirculated 53 PPQ. This appealing “D” position note 
shows with only light circulation and definitive primary 
inks. Original paper is clearly observed and enhances the 
eye appeal. 

Est. $2500-$3500 



2370 Fr. 268. 1896 $5. Silver Certificates. PCGS About New 53 

PPQ. A radiant 1896 Five Dollar “Educational” note. Strong 
ink tones set high contrast for the timeless “electricity 
presenting light to the world,” vignette. Well centered with 
large margins and seen with only trivial circulation. Original 
paper and certainly a piece that will attract attention from 
collectors. 

Est. $7000-$9000 


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Coveted Five Dollar “Educational” Design 



237 1 Fr. 269. 1 896 $5 Silver Certificate. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. A striking high end Gem Educational Five Dollar Silver Certificate. 
Many consider this note to be the pinnacle of American engraving on federal currency and we would have to agree. The design speaks 
volumes with highly intricate allegorical figures and the Capitol Building in the background. The impression is precise as well which 
gives this note detail that is second to none. Original paper adds to the desirability of the note and makes the inks pop off the paper. A 
design which is not offered nearly as often as collectors would like in this lofty Gem state of preservation. Worthy of a premium bid. 

Est. $15000-$20000 




2373 Fr. 269. 1896 $5 Silver Certificate. PMG Choice Fine 15. 

Although well circulated, this “Educational” Five Dollar 
note is found without any netting defects. Highly popular in 
any grade and with Superb Gem material bringing mid-four 
figures. This attractive Fine example should be considered a 
bargain. 

Est. $1000-$1500 


2372 Fr. 269. 1896 $5 Silver Certificate. PMG Very Fine 25. 

Mostly even circulation and highly important problem free 
paper for the grade. One of the most appealing engravings 
created for use on United States paper money. 

Est. $2500-$3500 


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2374 Fr. 270. 1896 $5 Silver Certificate. PCGS Very Fine 25. A 

more challenging Lyons - Roberts signature combination 
for this iconic “Educational” design type. This is the only 
denomination of the series to carry such signatures and is 
often missing from most collections. The initial appeal of a 
higher grade with even circulation observed. 

Est. $3000-$4000 

2375 Fr. 272. 1899 $5 Silver Certificate. PCGS Very Fine 25. 

An attractive note for the Very Fine 25 grade and seen with 
pleasingly large margins. 

Est. $600-$800 



2376 Fr. 274. 1899 $5 Silver Certificate. PCGS Extremely Fine 

45 PPQ. One of the more appealing Extremely Fine notes 
we have handled for this famed design type as the paper is 
unquestionable original and the margins quite pleasing. 

Est. $1500-$2000 

2377 Fr. 277. 1899 $5 Silver Certificate. PMG Very Fine 25. 

A few minor areas of staining are all that detract on this 
otherwise original note. 

Est. $500-$700 



2378 Fr. 280m. 1899 $5 Silver Certificate. PMG Extremely Fine 
40 Net. Minor Foreign Substance. Just light circulation 
and a touch of what PMG calls “Foreign Substance” on this 
boldly inked note. 

Est. $800-$1200 



2379 Fr. 281 . 199 $5 Silver Certificate. PCGS About New 50 PPQ. 

A note which is always a high priority design for collectors. 
This appealing About New 50 PPQ note shows with only 
trivial circulation while retaining fully original paper. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



2380 Fr. 282. 1923 $5 Silver Certificate. PMG Extremely Fine 40 
EPQ. A seldom seen grade for this “Porthole” design type. 
Offered here with only light even circulation and pleasingly 
original paper throughout. 

Est. $2500-$3500 




2381 Fr. 282. 1923 $5 Silver Certificate. PCGS Very Choice 

New 64 PPQ. An impressive offering of this “Porthole” 1923 
Five Dollar Silver Certificate design type that is offered here 
bordering on a Gem state of preservation. Lovely bold color 
of the blue overprints combines well with the fresh original 
paper stock. Just a touch low in terms of centering likely is 
the only limiting factor in grade. 

Est. $4000-$5000 


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2382 Fr. 287. 1880 $10 Silver Certificate. PCGS Fine 12. An 

always difficult 1880 Silver Certificate type and offered here 
with quite pleasing detail and color for the assigned grade. 
Seldom available in these Fine grades in problem free states. 

Est. $2000-$3000 



2383 Fr. 293. 1886 $10 Silver Certificate. PCGS Choice About 

New 55. The “Tombstone Note” is a long-standing favorite. 
Depicted within a tombstone-shaped frame is Thomas A. 
Hendricks, vice president of the United States under the first 
administration of Grover Cleveland, serving from March 4, 
1885 until his death on November 25, 1885. Likely, when 
the Series of 1886 Silver Certificates were being conceived, 
Hendricks’ passing was still being mourned, and President 
Cleveland approved of the posthumous honor conferred 
upon his erstwhile vice president. 

Est. $6000-$8000 


PCGS Gem New “Tombstone” $10 Silver Certificate 



2384 Fr. 299. 1891 $10 Silver Certificate. PCGS Gem New 66 PPQ. A lovely high grade example. Represented by four different signature 
combinations with this series date and seal type. Beautifully centered on both sides with nice wide margins all around and sharp corners. 
The paper is bright and fresh, and the ink tones are bold, with the blue serial numbers and red Treasury seal being particularly vivid. 
Outstanding visual appeal and a design that seldom is available at these lofty Gem states of preservation. 

Est. $15000-$20000 


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Rare 1878 $20 Triple Signature 
Silver Certificate 



2385 Fr. 307. 1878 $20 Silver Certificate. PMG Very Fine 20 Net. Small Edge Tears at Top. The Series of 1878 Silver Certificates of deposit 
are often considered the rarest of the rare among Silver Certificates. The portrait is of American Naval Commander Stephen Decatur, 
who served in the Navy from 1798 until his death in 1820. This is the last of the 1878 series $20 Triple signatures types. There are 16 total 
examples known for this Friedberg number, four are in government collections leaving a total of 12 examples available for collectors. 
The note retains a quite bold and unique for the 1878 series “TWENTY” protector in red at the lower left center. A few minor edge tears 
at the top are all that hinder the appeal of this otherwise lovely Very Fine example. 

Est. $30000-$50000 


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2386 Fr. 318. 1891 $20 Silver Certificate. PMG Very Fine 30. Courtesy Autograph. A difficult type in any grade and this appealing mid- 
grade example shows with a courtesy autograph by D.N. Morgan above his engraved signature. PMG mentions “Ink Annotation” in the 
comments section which refers to the autograph. 

Est. $2250-$2750 



2387 Fr. 318. 1891 $20 Silver Certificate. PMG Very Fine 25. A nicely centered impression and found with only even circulation. 
Est. $1250-$1750 



2388 Fr. 321. 1891 $20 Silver Certificate. PMG Very Fine 20. A note that retains pleasing blue overprinted features and very even circulation. 
Scarce in any form. 

Est. $1250-$1750 


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Important Fr. 344 1891 “Monroe” 
$100 Silver Certificate 




2389 Fr. 344. 1891 $100 Silver Certificate. PCGS Extremely Fine 40 Apparent. Minor Restorations in Corners. This is an extremely 
significant offering. It is one of only 30 known examples, six of which are impounded in government collections. These $100 notes, 
which were redeemable in silver dollars, are quite a bit more scarce than the $50 notes of the same series. Production was halted prior to 
the turn of the century, whereas the lesser denominations were printed into the early teens. The present example shows with more appeal 
than the technical grade would suggest with a strikingly dark impression of the design and ample margins at all sides. Minor restorations 
at the corners are only visible under heavy scrutiny and with the last we handled bringing $176,250 in a PMG About Uncirculated 50 
grade, this Extremely Fine note will prove quite the bargain. 

Est. $60000-$80000 


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Illustrious $1,000 “Marcy” 
Silver Certificate Design 


2390 Fr. 346e Type. 1891 $1000 Silver Certificate. Face Proof. PCGS Choice About New 58. No plate letter. Printed on India paper, 
mounted on card stock. Imprint of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing lower left border. Black and white portions of the face only. 
Center, extremely intricate titles with ornate “S” within larger circular die, below the written denomination within a guilloche. Left end. 
Peace cradles sword to her chest with 1000 counter on shield. Right end, different portrait of Wm. L. Marcy than used on the 1878/1880 
series within a panel. Engraved signatures. Very similar to Hessler 1411, page 95. A stunning execution of Eederal currency engraving. 
When this face plate was used for a modern BEP souvenir card, it was very well received. There are only two known issued notes of the 
type with the one collectible example being sold privately by us for $2.6 million. We are uncertain of the pedigree of the Hessler Plate 
note, but we presume this face proof is exceedingly rare. We sold another proof example on wide margin paper with perforations that 
brought an impressive $1 11,625 as lot 2201 in our August 2014 ANA sale. An exceptional showpiece and a design that will likely never 
see the auction block in issued form in a lifetime. 

Est. $70000-$100000 


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Large Size Treasury Notes 



2391 Fr. 350. 1891 $1 Treasury Note. PMG About Uncirculated 
50 EPQ. A well preserved note that shows pronounced 
detail of the ornate design styling. Original and with only a 
corner fold and light bends. 

Est. $700-$900 



2392 Fr. 350. 1891 $1 Treasury Note. PMG Choice 

Uncirculated 64 EPQ. A desirable type and offered here 
with unquestionably original paper and lovely detail of 
the ornate face design. Close inspection reveals additional 
embossing directly above the lower left serial number when 
viewed from the back. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



2393 Fr. 351. 1891 $1 Treasury Note. PMG Extremely Fine 40. 

A well centered Extremely Fine example with a vertical fold 
at center and otherwise light circulation. 

Est. $500-$700 



2394 Fr. 351. 1891 $1 Treasury Note. PCGS Gem New 66 PPQ. 

Edwin Stanton, whose portrait appears at left, was President 
Lincolns secretary of war and one of those in attendance 
at his bedside when he died. The note we offer today is 
exceptional in every respect will be a source of pride for the 
new owner. 

Est. $2000-$3000 


PCGS Gem New 66 PPQ 
1891 $10 Treasury Note 



2395 Fr. 370. 1891 $10 Treasury Note. PCGS Gem New 66 PPQ. 

A simply stunning item which shows a dark and detailed 
impressions of this Sheridan design. The detail is bountiful 
with high contrast of the intricate geometric feature against 
the fresh white paper stock. Large even borders house 
the design in a picture frame like quality and a deep red 
Treasury seal and serial numbers further the visual prowess 
of the note. The 1891 “Open Back,” design is noticed in 
a dark hunter green hue and again offers precise detail 
throughout along with nice centering and registration to the 
face when back lit. A seldom available opportunity and one 
of the finest we have handled for the design in some time. 

Est. $6000-$8000 


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2396 Fr. 374. 1890 $20 Treasury Note. PMG Very Fine 30. A 

highly desirable “Ornate Bank” $20 Treasury Note with 
Fr. 374s being much less available than the “Open Back” 
Fr. 375s. This example is well centered with bright paper 
and strong color. Just 111 serial numbers are recorded for 
this number in the Track & Price census. This moderately 
circulated and problem-free Twenty should be well received 
by bidders this evening. 

Est. $8000-$12000 

Choice Uncirculated 
1891 $20 Treasury Note 




2397 Fr. 375. 1891 $20 Treasury Note. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. This 1891 $20 Treasury Note shows 
with an outstanding impression of the design with intricate 
detail of the ornate features used in the borders of the face. 
Seen with an open back format for the 1891 series which 
replaced the “busy,” ornate backs of the 1890 series. This was 
primarily done for counterfeiting issues and was adopted 
in style by virtually every other type during this time 
period. The quality is radiant with original paper and ample 
margins. 

Est. $8000-$10000 


Large Size Federal Reserve 
Bank Notes 



2398 Fr. 738. 1918 $1 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Kansas City. 
PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. A more elusive Kansas 
City district and especially so in Gem states of preservation 
such as this piece. Terrific centering and margins and fresh 
paper. 

Est. $700-$900 




2399 Fr. 747. 1918 $2 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Boston. PMG 
Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. An impressive Boston district 
“Battleship” note that borders on a Gem state of preservation 
with fully original paper and a sound impression of the 
design. The back is centered just a touch high which solidly 
confirms the Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ grade. 

Est. $2000-$3000 



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2400 Fr. 750. 1918 $2 Federal Reserve Bank Note. New York. 
PMG Very Fine 25 EPQ. An appealing mid-grade note that 
retains fully original paper and even circulation. 

Est. $700-$900 


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2401 Fr. 753. 191 8 $2 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Philadelphia. 
PMG Choice Uncirculated 63 EPQ. These 1918 Two Dollar 
“Battleship” notes are always popular with collectors for both 
the denomination and design styling. The back shows with 
an impressive depiction of a Dreadnought class Battleship 
styled after the U.S.S. New York. This example shows with 
strictly original paper and only centering issues prevent a 
Gem designation. 

Est. $2000-$3000 



2402 Fr. 774. 1918 $2 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Kansas City. 
PMG Very Fine 20. One of the most popular designs found 
on large size notes issued under the Federal Reserve system. 

Est. $500-$700 



2403 Fr. 779. 1918 $2 Federal Reserve Bank Note. San Francisco. 
PCGS Fine 15. A highly scarce Friedberg number with 
Track and Price listing just under 50 examples known. This 
piece shows bordering on a Very Fine grade and is free from 
any netting defects. 

Est. $600-$800 



2404 Fr. 791. 1918 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Atlanta. 
PMG Very Fine 20. A difficult catalog number in any state 
of preservation with Track and Price showing only 17 known 
examples. This piece exhibits mostly even circulation and 
nice appeal for the grade. 

Est. $800-$1200 



2405 Fr. 816. 1915 $10 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Kansas 
City. PMG Very Good 10. One of a nice circulated group 
of Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank Notes we are offering. 
This piece shows with mostly even wear and suffers only 
from some discoloration at the back left. 

Est. $1000-$1500 




2406 Fr. 827.1915 $20 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Kansas City. 
PMG Very Fine 25. An always highly scarce $20 Federal 
Reserve Bank Note design type with this appealing problem 
free for the grade note showing quite nicely. The price for 
this catalog number escalates dramatically with grade 
making this Very Fine note an attractive alternative. 

Est. $3000-$5000 


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Large Size Federal Reserve Notes 



2407 Fr. 833b. 1914 $5 Federal Reserve Note. Red Seal. New 
York. PMG Very Fine 30. This appealing Very Fine note 
shows with lovely centering and vivid red overprints. 
Seldom available with this much appeal for the grade. 

Est. $600-$800 



2408 Fr. 851a. 1914 $5 Federal Reserve Note. New York. PCGS 
Superb Gem New 67 PPQ. One of the most pleasing notes we 
have offered for this 1914 Five Dollar Federal Reserve Note 
type. The quality is simply outstanding with every technical 
aspect considered. Large even borders house a precise 
impression of the design and deeply embossed overprints are 
easily viewed through the encapsulation surface. 

Est. $1500-$2000 



2409 Fr. 851a. 1914 $5 Federal Reserve Note. New York. PCGS 

Gem New 65 PPQ. A terrifically well preserved note that 
shows a well centered impression of the design and fresh 
original paper. 

Est. $700-$900 




2411 Fr. 863a. 1914 $5 Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. PCGS 

Gem New 65 PPQ. One of an important grouping of high 
grade 1914 Federal Reserve Notes we are offering with this 
Richmond piece being the finest PCGS has graded with just 
two equals. 

Est. $800-$1200 



2412 Fr. 891b. 1914 $5 Federal Reserve Note. San Francisco. 
PCGS Very Choice New 64 PPQ. A very challenging 
catalog number in high grades with this Very Choice New 
64 PPQ note being the second finest known with no equals. 
A single 66 PPQ note bests this piece and only three others 
grade below the note in the Uncirculated range. Certainly a 
lot that will receive ample attention from bidders. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2413 Fr. 911a. 1914 $10 Federal Reserve Note. New York. PCGS 

Gem New 66 PPQ. Sensational technical quality is observed 
with all aspects considered for this 1914 $10 Federal Reserve 
Note. Lovely centering and margins and a bold impression 
of the primary design. 

Est. $800-$1200 


2410 Fr. 859a. 1914 $5 Federal Reserve Note. Cleveland. PCGS 

Gem New 66 PPQ. A note which is among just four at 
this grade level with none finer according to the PCGS 
Population report. Lovely centering and margins combine 
with strictly original paper surfaces. 

Est. $800-$1200 


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2414 Fr. 915a. 1914 $10 Federal Reserve Note. Philadelphia. 
PCGS Gem New 65 PPQ. Terrifically deep embossing of 
the overprints and seen with ample margins. Just two pieces 
have graded finer according to the PCGS population report. 

Est. $700-$900 



2415 Fr. 923. 1914 $10 Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. 
PCGS Gem New 66 PPQ. An excellent example of this 
White-Mellon Richmond $10 which comes well embossed 
and excellently margined. The print quality is more than 
acceptable with dark inks and a boldly printed overprint. 
Very nearly Superb. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



2416 Fr. 923. 1914 $10 Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. PCGS 
Very Choice New 64 PPQ. One of an important grouping of 
high grade large size Federal Reserve Notes we are offering. 
This Richmond district note offers near Gem quality and 
well above average embossing of the overprints. 

Est. $600-$800 



2417 Fr. 931b. 1914 $10 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. PCGS 

Gem New 65 PPQ. Wonderful appeal is had throughout 
each printed device on this Type “B” Chicago note. Well 
centered and seldom available as such. 

Est. $700-$900 


2418 Fr. 951a. 1914 $10 Federal Reserve Note. San Francisco. 
PCGS Gem New 66 PPQ. A high end Gem offering of this 
San Francisco $10 Federal Reserve Note and certainly a note 
that would enhance any collection it enters. 

Est. $900-$1200 




2419 Fr. 953b. 1914 $20 Federal Reserve Note. New York. Red 
Seal. PCGS Choice New 63. This note comes from a small 
run of high grade notes on this catalog number. The initial 
appeal of a Gem is had with generous margins, ruby red 
overprints and pleasing embossing. Close inspection reveals 
a small pinhole at the center of the portrait which prevented 
the otherwise likely Gem designation. A great opportunity 
to secure this difficult $20 Red Seal type in the Uncirculated 
grade range. 

Est. $6000-$8000 



2420 Fr. 971a. 1914 $20 Federal Reserve Note. New York. PCGS 
Very Choice New 64 PPQ. Twenty Dollar Federal Reserves 
notes are quite a bit more scarce in high grade than the 
Five and 10 Dollar notes of the same series. This New York 
district piece shows with great appeal throughout. 

Est. $600-$800 


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2421 Fr. 996. 1914 $20 Federal Reserve Note. Minneapolis. 
PCGS Choice About New 58 PPQ. A more difficult district 
in higher grades for this $20 denomination. Nice centering 
and strictly original paper. 

Est. $600-$800 



2422 Fr. 1030. 1914 $50 Federal Reserve Note. New York. PMG 
Very Fine 25 EPQ. This appealing mid-grade note shows 
with even circulation and original paper. 

Est. $400-$600 



2423 Fr. 1034. 1914 $50 Federal Reserve Note. Philadelphia. 
PCGS Very Fine 35 PPQ. Just light and even circulation on 
this original $50 Federal Reserve Note. 

Est. $500-$700 



2424 Fr. 1036. 1914 $50 Federal Reserve Note. Cleveland. 
PCGS Very Fine 30 PPQ. One of a pleasing group of mid- 
grade $50 Federal Reserve Notes we are offering. 

Est. $500-$700 



2425 Fr. 1054. 1914 $50 Federal Reserve Note. St. Louis. PMG 
Very Fine 25. A well centered note with even circulation 
and nice appeal for the grade. 

Est. $400-$600 



2426 Fr. 1070. 1914 $50 Federal Reserve Note. San Francisco. 
PCGS Very Fine 30. This attractive Very Fine note shows 
without problems for the technical grade. 

Est. $500-$700 



2427 Fr. 1088. 1914 $100 Federal Reserve Note. New York. PMG 
Choice Very Fine 35. A nearly Extremely Fine note that 
shows with pleasing centering and light even circulation. 

Est. $800-$1200 



2428 Fr. 1099. 1914 $100 Federal Reserve Note. Cleveland. 
PCGS Very Fine 30 PPQ. An important offering of this 
fully original $100 design type that exhibits great detail of 
this more elusive high denomination type. 

Est. $1000-$1500 


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Serial Number C41A 1918 
$1000 Federal Reserve Note 




2429 Fr. 1 133-C. 1918 $1000 Federal Reserve Note. Philadelphia. PMG Very Fine 25. A design type which always receives strong attention 
from collectors when offered. The present piece offers detailed inks throughout the face and back designs. The note shows one of the 
more appealing depictions of our national bird at the center back with spread wings and talons clutching our nations flag. Even and light 
circulation with highly important problem free paper heighten the appeal and pleasing margins for this typically narrowly framed note 
are welcomed. Track and Price shows just thirteen serial numbers recorded for this Philadelphia district with more than half of those 
being part of the known high grade run. Outside the serial number CIA, DIA & GIA notes that resides in the Smithsonian Institutional 
Collection, this C41A note is the lowest collectible serial number on this design type with all districts considered and a note not offered 
publicly in nearly 20 years. 

Est. $20000-$30000 


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Large Size Gold Certificates 



2430 Fr. 1172. 1907 $10 Gold Certificate. PCGS Extremely Fine 

40 PPQ. A wonderful Extremely Fine example showing 
with a typical tri-fold for circulation. Pleasingly original and 
far more scarce than the 1922 series. 

Est. $500-$700 




2431 Fr. 1173. 1922 $10 Gold Certificate. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 65 EPQ. Gem examples of large size Gold 
Certificates are incredibly popular with collectors as the 
appeal is always magnificent. This note shows a vibrant 
orange color of the important back design and is found with 
pleasing centering and margins. 

Est. $2000-$3000 



2432 Fr. 1173. 1922 $10 Gold Certificate. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. A bright note which borders on a 
Gem state with bright inks and lovely detail of the primary 
design with Michael Hillegas at center. Vivid gold overprints 
are noticed nicely embossed into the original paper. Here 
indeed is a very nice “type” note. Gold Certificates are 
everlastingly popular, the present example, unlike many 
others, will be affordable to a wide audience. 

Est. $1250-$1750 


2433 Fr. 1173. 1922 $10 Gold Certificate. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. This note shows with an incredibly 
dark impression that gives infinite detail to the pleasing 
layout. Vibrant gold overprints and nearly Gem. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



2434 Fr. 1173. 1922 $10 Gold Certificate. PMG Choice About 
Uncirculated 58. Excellent color is observed on this bright 
and crisp 1922 $10 Gold Certificate. Just a light corner bend 
appears to account for the grade. 

Est. $600-$800 



2435 Fr. 1173. 1922 $10 Gold Certificate. PCGS Extremely Fine 

45 PPQ. A terrific lightly circulated example that retains 
original paper, bold inks and lovely appeal throughout. 

Est. $400-$600 



2436 Fr. 1173. 1922 $10 Gold Certificate. PMG Choice 
Extremely Fine 45. Just a typical tri-fold makes up the 
circulation on this bright and well inked example. 

Est. $400-$600 


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Lot 2437 

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2437 Fr. 1175a. 1882 $20 Gold Certificate. PCGS Very Choice New 64 PPQ. This 
magnificent Gold Certificate is the finest available Federally Issued note to bear a 
counter signature of Thomas C. Acton, the Assistant Treasurer of the United States 
during this banknotes issuance. The note can easily be considered the greatest 1882 
dated $20 Gold Certificate available to collectors with all seal and signature varieties 
considered. This cataloger would go as far to say that only the 1863 $20 Gold 
Certificates eclipse this note in terms of desirability and the most recent offering of 
that type brought $352,500 in a 2013 public auction for a note in a Very Fine grade. 

Est. $200000-$300000 


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2438 Fr. 1 1 78. 1 882 $20 Gold Certificate. PMG Choice Fine 1 5. Appealing and problem free for the grade with just a bit of typical oxidization 
at the back design. 

Est. $700-$900 


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2439 Fr. 1180. 1905 $20 Gold Certificate. PCGS Very Choice New 64 PPQ. Whenever we offer a high grade “Technicolor Note” all bets 
are off, and bids come from all directions. We expect this to happen when this especially choice example crosses the block. The $20 
“Technicolor Note” is an American favorite — landing it high on the popularity register. The motifs, with Gilbert Stuarts popular 
depiction of George Washington on the face and the Great Seal on the back, are familiar on United States paper money. However, in 
this case the notes color saves the day. Enough were made and enough were distributed that examples are readily collectible, especially 
in lower grades, although Choice Uncirculated pieces are scarce in relation to their demand. Deeply embossed overprints and strictly 
original paper are readily evident when looking through the encapsulation surface. 

Est. $30000-$40000 


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2440 Fr. 1200. 1922 $50 Gold Certificate. PMG Very Fine 20. 

A small erasure is mentioned by PMG in the comments 
section of the holder on this otherwise pleasing Very Fine 
$50 Gold Certificate. 

Est. $500-$700 

2441 Fr. 1214. 1882 $100 Gold Certificate. PMG Very Fine 20 
Net. Repaired, Pinholes, Erasure. A note which despite the 
flaws shows with quite lovely appeal for the grade. 

Est. $800-$1200 



2443 Fr. 1215. 1922 $100 Gold Certificate. PCGS Very Fine 

35. A grade that is not offered often for this $100 1922 
Gold Certificate type. The appeal is quite lovely and rivals 
that of higher grade material. Free from any problems and 
spectacular color is seen on the important back design. 

Est. $1500-$2000 


2442 Fr. 1215. 1922 $100 Gold Certificate. PMG Choice 
Extremely Fine 45 EPQ. Excellent color and print quality is 
quickly appreciated when viewing this only lightly circulated 
1922 $100 Gold Certificate. The centering is ideal as is the 
nearly perfect registration. The color remains brilliant 
and the back print retains the vibrant orange brilliance so 
desired from this series. Just three light folds are observed 
on this note which easily earned the EPQ designation from 
PMG. 

Est. $4000-$6000 


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Scarce 1922 
$1,000 Gold Certificate 



2444 Fr. 1220. 1922 $1000 Gold Certificate. PMG Very Fine 25 Net. Repaired, Small Tears. This stunning design shows a portrait vignette 
of Hamilton at center, gold overprints at left and right, with “$1,000” under-print at left and Treasury seal at right. This note, although 
not high grade, will still be highly regarded among collectors as it presents an opportunity for the budget minded collector to represent 
the type. The paper appears to have retained much of its crispness and the colors are quite bright for the grade. It appears the note has a 
couple of professionally repaired edge splits which is not uncommon for the grade and type. 

Est. $20000-$30000 


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Fractional Currency Small Size Legal Tender Notes 


2445 Mixed Lot of (25) Various Fractional Currency Notes. 
Very Fine to Choice Uncirculated. A great Fractional 
Currency lot consisting of notes from all five issues. Popular 
types including Justices, Spinners, Stantons, Lincolns, 
Dexters and more are found. One note grades Very Fine 
while all the others are About Uncirculated to Choice 
Uncirculated. A great lot with nice grading potential. Close 
inspection is strongly encouraged. 

Est. $3000-$5000 

2446 Lot of (32) Various Fractional Currency Notes. Extremely 
Fine to Choice Uncirculated. A fascinating group of 
Fractional Currency notes which includes both issued notes 
and Specimens. Several Specimen show signs of minor 
damage such as previous mounting, chipping, small pieces 
missing and toning. Most issued notes are crisp and About 
Uncirculated or better. Close inspection of this lot is strongly 
suggested. THERE WILL BE NO RETURNS ON THIS LOT 
FOR ANY REASON. 

Est. $1250-$1750 

Military Payment Certificate 

Rare Series 521 
$10 Replacement Note 




2447 Series 52 1 . $ 1 0 Military Payment Certificate Replacement. 
PMG Very Fine 25 Net. Small Splits. One of the key 

replacement notes for Military Payment Certificates and 
certainly a piece missing in even advanced collections. A 
quick look at the PMG population report shows only two 
notes graded with this piece and a single Very Fine 30. The 
note shows with still appealing color and detail for the grade 
with only a few small splits observed at the top margin. The 
first we have offered and one of under 10 known pieces. 

Est. $4000-$6000 



2448 Fr. 1500. 1928 $1 Legal Tender Note. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 66 EPQ. A high quality offering of this 
popular 1928 One Dollar Legal Tender type and seen with 
terrific centering and margins along with unquestionable 
originality. 

Est. $600-$800 



2449 Fr. 1502. 1928 A $2 Legal Tender Note. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 66 EPQ. An exceptional example of this scarce 
early small size Deuce. The paper is bright with a boldly 
embossed cherry red overprint. Near perfect registration 
and excellent centering are also noticed. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

2450 Lot of (2) Fr. 1503. 1928B $2 Legal Tender Notes. PCGS 
About New 50 PPQ. A pleasing pair of these scarce 1928B 
notes in consecutive form. Just a touch of circulation on 
each with original paper and bold overprints. 

Est. $400-$600 



2451 Fr. 1505 & 1506. 1928D $2 Legal Tender Notes. PCGS 
Very Choice New 64 PPQ. Changeover Pair. 2 pieces in lot. 
An attractive 1928D to 1928E changeover that shows both 
notes in matching PCGS Very Choice New 64 PPQ grades. 

Est. $800-$1200 


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2452 Uncut Sheet of (12) Fr. 1507. 1928F $2. Legal Tender 
Notes. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. A strikingly well 
preserved uncut sheet of these 1928F series Two Dollar Legal 
Tender Notes. All seen with good to exceptional registration 
of the face and back printings along with brilliant red 
overprints. These sheets are always largely popular with 
collectors and especially so with quality this high. 

Est. $2500-$3500 



2453 Uncut Sheet of ( 1 2) Fr. 1 507. 1 928F $2 Legal Tender Notes. 
PMG About Uncirculated 53 Net. Foreign Substance, 
Stains, Splits. An attractive sheet with light circulation even 
despite the few problems PMG mentions. Always a popular 
item. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



2454 Lot of ( 1 00) Fr. 1 5 1 4. 1 963 A $2 Legal Tender Notes. Choice 
to Gem Uncirculated. Original Pack. An outstanding pack 
that shows with only the lead and tail notes showing minor 
handling. The centering and margins are quite spectacular 
throughout. 

Est. $1750-$2250 



2455 Fr. 1529. 1928D $5 Legal Tender Note. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 66 EPQ. A high end Gem note that will 
certainly appeal to collectors. 

Est. $300-$400 



2456 Fr. 1531Wi^. 1928F $5 Legal Tender Star Note. PMG 
Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. A bold impression and 
original paper greatly enhance the appeal of this replacement 
note. 

Est. $400-$600 


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2457 Lot of (100) Fr. 1536. 1963 $5 Legal Tender Notes. About 
Uncirculated to Gem Uncirculated. Original Pack. These 
original Legal Tender Five Dollar packs are becoming more 
scarce as most are being broken up for individual sale. This 
consecutive group of 100 is offered with an original band 
with an Arlington Virginia November 6, 1968 date stamp. 
Terrific quality throughout with only the three lead notes 
being About Uncirculated with a corner fold. The very first 
note also shows a minor margin tear which we mentioned 
for accuracy. 

Est. $2500-$3500 



2458 Fr. 1550. 1996 $100 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Gem New 

66 PPQ. A popular issue and created largely for the purpose 
of fulfilling the required $350,000,000 of United States 
Notes to be held by the United States, by the Act of 1878. 
The act was repealed in 1993 with the remaining notes in 
store being destroyed. 

Est. $600-$800 



2459 Fr. 1550"^. 1966 $100 Legal Tender Star Note. PMG About 
Uncirculated 55 EPQ. Just an off center vertical fold at right 
is all we notice for circulation on this appealing replacement. 

Est. $600-$800 


Small Size Silver Certificates 



2460 Fr. 1601. 1928 A $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Superb Gem 
New 67 PPQ. Experimental. An exceptional example of 
this “XB” block experimental type that shows with quality 
we have not previously seen with this variety. Exceptionally 
well pronounced embossing of the overprints and picture 
perfect centering and margins. Currently the only piece at 
this 67 PPQ level with just a single note grading finer. PCGS 
Pop. 1/1. 

Est. $1250-$1750 




2461 Fr. 1605. 1928E $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Superb Gem 

New 67 PPQ. A terrifically well preserved note that is found 
with exceptional centering and margins. This 1928E note is 
the key to the series and always commands strong attention 
when offered in Superb Gem states. Close inspection reveals 
deeply embossed overprints and unquestionably original 
paper the easily confirm the “PPQ” designation applied by 
PCGS Currency. 

Est. $5000-$7000 


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2462 Fr. 1605. 1928E $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Very Fine 35. 

A borderline EF note with nice appeal. 

Est. $600-$800 



2463 Lot of (100) Fr. 1608. 1935 A $1 Silver Certificates. 
Original Pack. Uncirculated to Gem Uncirculated. A 

fresh original pack which includes the original band with 
penciled date 9-5-1940. This pack is from the I-B block. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



2464 Lot of (100) Fr. 1608. 1935 A $1 Silver Certificates. 
Original Pack. About Uncirculated to Gem Uncirculated. 

Original 1935 A pack of Silver Aces from the A-C block. The 
original band is dated 7-31-42. The first note of the back has 
a small corner fold into the design. The remaining notes are 
Uncirculated to Gem Uncirculated. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



2465 Lot of (100) Fr. 1608. 1935A $1 Silver Certificates. 
Original Pack. Uncirculated to Gem Uncirculated. A very 
nice original pack of the 193 5 A Silver Certificate Aces. The 
notes from the C-C block are bright and crisp. The original 
band shows a penciled date of 10-15-42. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



2466 Fr. 1610. 1935A $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 66 EPQ. “S” Experimental. Large even 
borders and original paper help confirm the lofty Gem 
grade applied by PMG. Always a popular type in these high 
end states of preservation. 

Est. $700-$900 



2467 Fr. 1610. 1935A $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 65 EPQ. “S” Experimental Note. The bold 
red “S” on this bright and crisp 1935A $1 Silver signified 
special paper used in the BEP s experiment being carried out 
at that time. The well printed overprint is deeply embossed 
into the crackling fresh paper on this Gem example. 

Est. $500-$700 



2468 Fr. 1610. 1935A $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Gem New 65 
PPQ. “S” Experimental. A nicely centered impression and 
lovely ink quality throughout. Always popular in these Gem 
states of preservation. 

Est. $500-$700 


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2469 Uncut Sheet of (12) Fr. 1611. 1935B $1 Silver Certificates. 
PMG Choice About Uncirculated 58 EPQ. An attractive 
uncut sheet of these 1935B series Silver Certificates with 
deeply embossed overprints and lovely appeal throughout. 
Just a hint of circulation and always a great way to add depth 
to any collection. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2470 Uncut Sheet of (12) Fr. 1612. 1935C $1 Silver Certificates. 
PMG About Uncirculated 55 EPQ. One of a nice grouping 
of uncut small size sheets we are offering with this 1935C 
series sheet showing original paper and lovely appeal 
throughout. Just a hint of circulation. 

Est. $800-$1200 



2471 Fr. 1653. 1934C $5 Silver Certificate. PCGS Superb Gem New 68 PPQ. A note that borders ever so close to perfection with picture 
perfect centering and margins and excellent appeal throughout. 

Est. $600-$800 


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PCGS Superb Gem New 68 PPQ Five Dollar 
Silver Certificate Uncut Sheet 







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2472 Lot of (12) Fr. 1654. 1934D $5. Silver Certificates. PCGS Superb Gem New 68 PPQ. An exceptional feat of preservation is exhibited 
by this pristine Five Dollar 1934D series uncut sheet. The note is found with outstanding centering and margins and registration of the 
face and back design of each impression. Deeply embossed overprints are easily viewed through the encapsulation surface and the bold 
blue color is quite appealing. Certainly one of the finest Silver Certificate sheets available. 

Est. $3000-$5000 


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Finest “PPQ” Designated 1934B 
$10 Silver Certificate Replacement Note 


2473 Fr. 1703"^. 1934B $10 Silver Certificate Star Note. PCGS About New 53 PPQ. A replacement note which is rare in any state of 
preservation and extremely so in this pleasing About Uncirculated grade. The note offered here retains important original paper 
throughout and shows a vertical fold at center and mostly handling. PCGS Currency has graded only two star notes of this catalog 
number in their Uncirculated grade range with both outside the Gem category and without “PPQ” designations. Currently this PCGS 
About New 53 PPQ is the next finest available after the two aforementioned pieces and the only note within the entire About New grade 
scale. With many collectors focusing on originality first and foremost, this finest “PPQ” graded note will surely be met with strong 
attention. 

Est. $7000-$9000 



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2474 Fr. 1705. 1934D $10 Silver Certificate. PCGS Superb 

Gem New 67 PPQ. A very high grade example of this Wide 
variety $10 Silver Certificate design. 

Est. $400-$600 


Small Size Federal Reserve 
Bank Notes 



2475 Fr. 1850-C. 1929 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Note. 
Philadelphia. PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. An 

exceptionally well centered Federal Reserve Bank Note that 
offers deeply embossed overprints and lovely centering and 
margins. 

Est. $400-$600 


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2476 Fr. 1850-H. 1929 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Note. St. Louis. 
PMG Very Fine 30. An always difficult district in any grade 
and this pleasing Very Fine note shows just even circulation 
and excellent centering and margins. 

Est. $800-$1200 



2477 Fr. 1850-F. 1929 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Note. 
Minneapolis. PCGS Fine 12. An important offering of this 
rare replacement that is the first we have handled in a few 
years. These Minneapolis Five Dollar stars are unheard of in 
high grade with Fine and Very Fine examples being the only 
pieces to ever come to market. The population reports for 
both companies confirm the rarity with PMG grading just 
two examples with one in Very Fine 25 and the other in Fine 
12. PCGS shows six pieces certified with a single Very Fine 
20, a Very Fine 20 PPQ, three Fine 12 notes, including this 
example and a single Very Good 10. The current offering is 
quite appealing for the grade and certainly looks the part 
of a grade higher. The last we sold was the PMG Fine 12 
note which brought $2,070.00 as lot 5648 in our March 2012 
Baltimore sale. With this piece being highly attractive for 
the grade, we would expect a strong realization tonight. 

Est. $2000-$3000 


Original Federal Reserve Bank Note Pack 



2478 Lot of (100) Fr. 1860-B. 1929 $10. Federal Reserve Bank Notes. About Uncirculated to Gem Uncirculated. Original Pack. Complete 
packs of 100 notes for this 1929 Federal Reserve Bank Note series are becoming increasingly difficult to locate as they often are broken 
up for individual sale. This group shows with serial numbers B01578701A to 801A. Every note is found with the spectacularly deep 
embossing of the overprints notorious for the issue and the centering is quite pleasing throughout. Just a few of the last notes in the pack 
show minor corner folds with the remaining all technically outstanding. An item that as a whole would be a terrific compliment to any 
small size collection and will only get more rare as a pack with time. 

Est. $12500-$17500 


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2479 Fr. 1860-L^. 1929 $10 Federal Reserve Bank Star Note. 
PMG Very Fine 20. A rare replacement note for this San 
Francisco $10 denomination that shows here with even 
circulation and problem free paper for the grade. The PMG 
population report further confirms the rarity with only 
three pieces graded with this Very Fine 20 along with a Very 
Fine 25 and 30. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2480 Fr. 1890-D. 1929 $100 Federal Reserve Bank Note. 
Cleveland. PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. A lofty Gem 
graded note that is bested by only a single example according 
to the PMG population report. Terrific originality and lovely 
centering and margins. 

Est. $800-$1200 




2481 Fr. 1890-G. 1929 $100. Federal Reserve Bank Notes. 
PCGS Superb Gem New 67 PPQ. This stunning example of 
the highest denomination for the series will certainly attract 
attention from collectors. The note is found with deeply 
embossed overprints and picture frame-like centering and 
margins. One of only three PCGS has graded at this level 
with none finer. 

Est. $3000-$5000 


Small Size Federal Reserve Notes 



2482 Lot of (100) Fr. 1901-1. 1963 A Federal Reserve Notes. 
Choice Uncirculated to Gem Uncirculated. A rare pack 
of Granahan-Fowler signed FRN Aces from the I-B block. 
This block had a print run of just a touch over 12 million 
notes. The 10th Edition of Standard Guide to Small-Size U.S. 
Paper Money gives a value of $25 for these notes in Choice 
Uncirculated. 

Est. $1000-$2000 



2483 Fr. 1917-F^. 1988A $1 Web Federal Reserve Note. PMG 
Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. Face Plate 1, Back Plate 2. 
The key block to the Web Fed series of experimental $1 
Federal Reserve Notes is this Series 1988 A Replacement 
Note from the Atlanta district. Just 640,000 of these notes 
were printed. This example has four large margins and crisp, 
strictly original paper. 

Est. $1500-$2000 









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2484 Lot of (100) Fr. 1929-G^. 2003 $1 Federal Reserve Star 
Note. Gem Uncirculated. Original Pack. An elusive run 
of only 640,000 notes for this Chicago replacement with 
this full star pack showing tremendous quality throughout. 
Original band and a great way to add depth to any small-size 
collection. 

Est. $1000-$1500 


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2485 Uncut Sheet of (4) Fr. 1935-J^. 1976 $2 Federal Reserve 
Star Notes. PCGS Gem New 65 PPQ. A scarce uncut sheet 
of these elusive Kansas City replacement notes. Lovely Gem 
quality throughout. 

Est. $800-$1200 



2486 Fr. 1950-D. 1928 $5 Federal Reserve Note. Cleveland. 
PCGS Gem New 66 PPQ. An important offering of this 
1928 Five Dollar Cleveland district note that is one of the 
finest we have seen or handled. This is confirmed by looking 
at the PCGS population report with just this note at the 66 
PPQ level and a single finer. An impressively bold inking 
of the design and unquestionably original paper. A note 
collectors have likely been waiting for quite some time to be 
offered publicly. 

Est. $1500-$2000 


Rare 1928 A Minneapolis 
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2487 Fr. 1951-1. 1928 A $5. Federal Reserve Note. Minneapolis. 
PCGS Very Choice New 64. A rare District in any grade 
and this high grade example is the second finest shown in 
the PCGS population report with no equals. A quick look at 
the PMG report shows only three in the Uncirculated range 
with not one of that three breaching the Gem grade. This 
note shows the initial appeal of a Gem with nice centering 
and margins. Bold inks and certainly a piece that is missing 
in even advanced collections this nice. 

Est. $4000-$6000 



2488 Fr. 1956-Jm^. 1934 $5 Federal Reserve Star Note. Kansas 
City. PMG Choice Uncirculated 64. Quite appealing with 
dark primary inks and vivid overprints. Nearly Gem and 
seldom available in these pleasing Choice Uncirculated 
grades. 

Est. $400-$600 


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2489 Fr. 1963-B^. 1950B $5 Federal Reserve Note. New 
York. PCGS Superb Gem New 68 PPQ. A nearly perfect 
specimen of this Priest-Anderson signed New York $5 Star. 
This example is the highest graded example for the number 
by PCGS while PMG has graded just a single note at that 
level as well. 

Est. $500-$700 



2490 Fr. 1963-B^. 1950B $5 Federal Reserve Note. New York. 
PMG Superb Gem Uncirculated 68 EPQ. A sensational 
replacement note on this 1950B series from the New York 
district that shows outstanding technical quality. PMG Pop. 
1 / 0 . 

Est. $500-$700 

2491 Fr. 2000-C^. 1928 $10 Federal Reserve Star Note. 
Philadelphia. PCGS Very Fine 35 Apparent. Minor Paper 
Toning; Upper Left Corner Tip Rounded. Numerical 
district seal stars are always challenging and this note shows 
just a few distractions and otherwise nice appeal for the 
grade. 

Est. $300-$500 



2492 Fr. 2006- A^. 1 934A $ 1 0 Federal Reserve Star Note. Boston. 
PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. An important offering 
of this Boston 1934A replacement that is one of only two 
graded at this 66 EPQ level with none finer according to the 
PMG Population report. Terrific centering along with pack 
fresh original paper. 

Est. $400-$600 



2493 Lot of (100) Fr. 2006-G. 1934A $10. Federal Reserve 
Note. Chicago. About Uncirculated to Gem Uncirculated. 
Original Pack. An impressive original pack of notes for this 
1934A series with just four of the lead notes showing a fold 
at the left. The balance are all striking Choice to Gem notes. 
Seldom available in pack form and certainly a lot that will 
entice collectors. 

Est. $2500-$3500 



2494 Fr. 2008-B^. 1934C $10 New York. Federal Reserve Star 
Note. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. Certainly an 
example of this New York replacement that will enhance any 
collection of Small-Size banknotes. 

Est. $300-$500 



2495 Fr. 2050-E^. 1928 $20 Federal Reserve Star Note. 
Richmond. PMG Very Fine 25. One of a nice group of 
scarce Federal Reserve Star notes we are offering with this 
Richmond $20 note being tough in any grade. Offered here 
in an evenly circulated and problem free Very Fine state. 

Est. $400-$600 


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2496 Fr. 2050-E^. 1928 $20 Federal Reserve Star Note. Atlanta. 
PMG About Uncirculated 55 EPQ. A rare replacement note 
for this numerical district seal Richmond district and the 
finest PMG has graded according to their population report 
with this note likely erroneously showing in the “non-star” 
column as non are listed for replacements. PCGS has graded 
none in the Uncirculated range as well. Delightfully original 
and with pleasing centering and margins. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2497 Fr. 2050-H. 1928 $20 Federal Reserve Note. St. Louis. 
PMG Superb Gem Uncirculated 67 EPQ. These 1928 series 
Federal Reserve Notes are highly popular as they showcases 
a numeral within the district seal in favor of the long tenured 
letter. This St. Louis note shows with striking paper quality 
and great centering. 

Est. $800-$1200 


2499 Fr. 2054-E^. 1934 $20 Federal Reserve Star Note. 
Richmond. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. Gem 

replacement notes from the 1934 series are always heavily 
collected as they represent the last series before the switch to 
the open small star. This Gem example is among the finest 
PMG has graded. 

Est. $800-$1200 



2500 Fr. 2157-K. 1950 $100 Federal Reserve Note. Dallas. PMG 
Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. An important offering of this 
Dallas district 1950 Federal Reserve Note and currently just 
the second piece PMG has graded for the catalog number. 
A quick look at the PCGS report further confirms the 
rarity with none graded. A nicely centered and well inked 
impression and lovely embossing of the serial numbers. 
PMG Pop. 1/0. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2498 Fr. 2050- J. 1928 $20 Federal Reserve Note. Kansas City. 
PCGS Superb Gem New 67 PPQ. A condition rarity for 
this Kansas City numerical district seal type that shows 
with outstanding technical quality throughout. Large even 
borders and perfectly original paper. The finest PCGS has 
graded with no equals. PCGS Pop. 1/0. 

Est. $1000-$1500 


2501 Fr. 2158-H^. 1950 A $100 Federal Reserve Star Note. St. 
Louis. PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. One of an 

appealing group of “Top Pop,” Federal Reserve Notes we are 
offering with this difficult 1950 A replacement note being 
the only piece PMG has graded in the entire Uncirculated 
range. PMG Pop. 1/0. 

Est. $600-$800 


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2502 Fr. 2159-L^. 1950B $100 Federal Reserve Star Note. San 
Francisco. PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. A difficult 
replacement note in Gem states of preservation with this 
piece being the finest graded by PMG with no equals. PMG 
Pop. 1/0. 

Est. $600-$800 



2503 Fr. 2161-G. 1950D $100 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. 
PCGS Superb Gem New 67 PPQ. One of a mere three 
graded at this level by PCGS with none finer. Terrific quality 
throughout each technical aspect. 

Est. $500-$700 


2506 Fr. 2201 -A. 1934 $500 Federal Reserve Note. Boston. 
PCGS Choice About New 58. A note that shows the appeal 
of a high end Gem at first glance with absolutely terrific 
centering and margins. Easily detected original paper and 
it seems a small scratch at the back upper center is all that 
prevented a “PPQ” designation. 

Est. $1200-$1500 



2507 Fr. 2201-Adgs. 1934 $500 Federal Reserve Note. Boston. 
PMG Very Fine 30. An attractive Very Fine Boston district 
$500 Federal Reserve Note. 

Est. $800-$1000 



2504 Fr. 2200-E. 1928 $500 Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. 
PCGS Very Fine 25. An attractive example that shows with 
a pleasing three digit serial number of E00000194A. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2508 Fr. 2201-Bdgs. 1934 $500 Federal Reserve Note. New 
York. PMG Very Fine 30. These mid-grade $500 notes have 
seen a large increase in demand as of late. 

Est. $800-$1000 



2505 Fr. 2200-H. 1928 $500 Federal Reserve Note. St. Louis. 
PMG Very Fine 25. A more challenging 1928 series note 
that is offered here with problem free paper for the grade. 

Est. $800-$1000 


2509 Fr. 220 1 -Bigs. 1934 $500 Federal Reserve Note. New York. 
PMG Very Fine 30. Appealing light green overprints and 
one of a nice grouping of mid-grade high denomination 
notes we are offering. 

Est. $800-$1000 


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2510 Fr. 2201-D. 1934 $500 Federal Reserve Note. Cleveland. 
PMG Choice Extremely Fine 58 PPQ. Just a corner tip fold 
at the upper right and handling are all we see for circulation. 
Strikingly original paper and pleasing margins. 

Est. $1500-$2000 


2514 Fr. 220 1-G. 1934 $500 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. 
PCGS Choice About New 58 PPQ. All we can detect is 
some handling on this well embossed Chicago district $500 
Federal Reserve Note. 

Est. $1300-$1600 




2511 Fr. 2201-D. 1934 $500 Federal Reserve Note. Cleveland. 
PCGS Extremely Fine 45 PPQ. Large margins and just 
touches of circulation on this pleasing light green seal $500 
FRN. 

Est. $1250-$1750 


2515 Fr. 2201-Llgs. 1934 $500 Federal Reserve Note. San 
Francisco. PMG Choice Very Fine 35. An attractive mid- 
grade light green seal note showing with a pleasing four 
digit serial number of L00006035A. 

Est. $900-$1200 




2512 Fr. 220 1-E. 1934 $500 Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. 
PMG Very Fine 30. A nicely centered impression and even 
circulation on this Richmond district $500 FRN. 

Est. $800-$1000 


2513 Fr. 220 1 -Figs. 1934 $500 Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. 
PMG About Uncirculated 50. Just light circulation is 
evident on this low numbered Richmond $500 Federal 
Reserve Note. Light green serial number of E00001916A. 

Est. $1200-$1600 


2516 Fr. 2202-B. 1934A $500 Federal Reserve Note. New York. 
PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. Excellent centering 
and dark inks are attributes of this truly Choice 1934A $500 
from the New York district. 

Est. $2250-$2750 



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2517 Fr. 2202-B. 1934A $500 Federal Reserve Note. New York. 
PMG Choice Uncirculated 63 EPQ. Excellent print quality 
is featured on this crisp New York district $500. 

Est. $2000-$3000 



2518 Fr. 2202-B. 1934A $500 Federal Reserve Note. New York. 
PMG Choice About Uncirculated 58. One of a lovely 
group of high denomination notes we are offering with this 
New York piece showing only a hint of circulation. 

Est. $1300-$1600 



2519 Fr. 2202-B. 1934A $500 Federal Reserve Note. New York. 
PMG Choice About Uncirculated 58. Original embossing 
of the overprint is still clearly apparent on this lightly 
handled $500 FRN. 

Est. $1300-$1600 



2520 Fr. 2202-B. 1934A $500 Federal Reserve Note. New York. 
PMG Choice Very Fine 35 Net. Erasure. A note that 
borders on an EF grade and suffers from a small erasure at 
the left of the portrait. 

Est. $800-$1000 




2521 Fr. 2202-E. 1934A $500 Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. 
PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. This pack fresh $500 
Federal Reserve Note will certainly get attention as it shows 
the initial appeal of a Gem with a nicely centered face 
impression. Nicely embossed and bright overprints. 

Est. $2000-$3000 


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2522 Fr. 2202-G. 1934A $500 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. 
Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. Gem examples of High 
Denomination notes are always largely popular with 
collectors as the high face value creates significant interest. 
This example is just that with lovely centering and margins 
along with a bold impression of the design. 

Est. $3000-$4000 



2523 Fr. 2202-G. 1934A $500 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. 
PCGS Choice About New 58 PPQ. Jumbo margins and a 
well embossed treasury seal help this note stand out from 
others of a similar grade. 

Est. $1300-$1600 



2524 Fr. 2202-G. 1934A $500 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. 
PCGS Choice About New 58. Just a touch of circulation on 
this 1934A Chicago note. 

Est. $1300-$1600 



2525 Fr. 2202-G. 1934A $500 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. 
PCGS About New 53. An attractive note with bold 
overprints and only touches of circulation. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



2526 Fr. 2202-G. 1934A $500 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. 
PCGS About New 53. Appealing centering and margins 
and the look of an Uncirculated note upon first inspection. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



2527 Fr. 2202- J. 1934A $500 Federal Reserve Note. Kansas City. 
PMG Choice Very Fine 35. A note that still enjoys pleasing 
embossing of the overprints and only light even circulation. 
We cannot determine as to why PMG did not apply an 
“EPQ” designation as it seems to have all the qualifying 
merits. 

Est. $800-$1000 



2528 Fr. 2202-L. 1934A $500 Federal Reserve Note. San 
Francisco. PMG Choice Very Fine 35. Extremely well 
centered and nearly Extremely Eine. Well embossed 
overprints with just a pinhole in the right margin that likely 
prevented an “EPQ” designation from PMG. 

Est. $900-$1200 


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2529 Fr. 2210-B. 1928 $1000 Federal Reserve Note. New York. 
PCGS About New 50. A nice representation for this more 
difficult 1928 series that shows with nicely embossed 
overprints and just a few pinholes that likely prevented an 
“EPQ” designation. 

Est. $2500-$3500 




2530 Fr. 2210-B. 1928 $1000 Federal Reserve Note. New York. 
PMG About Uncirculated 50. This appealing 1928 series 
$1000 Federal Reserve Note shows with great appeal and is 
free from any netting distractions. 

Est. $2500-$3000 


2531 Fr. 2210-E. 1928 $1000 Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. 
PMG Choice Very Fine 35 EPQ. This attractive light green 
seal note offers original paper and pleasing centering and 
margins. 

Est. $2500-$3000 



2532 Fr. 2210-Gdgs. 1928 $1000 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. 
PMG Choice About Uncirculated 58 EPQ. Certainly a note 
that will grab attention as it shows with impressively dark 
inks making up both the primary and overprinted features. 
Nicely centered and we cannot detect where the circulation 
lies looking through the encapsulation surface. 

Est. $3000-$4000 


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2533 Fr. 22 1 0-G Igs. 1 928 $ 1 000 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. 
PMG Choice Extremely Fine 45. Pleasing embossing of the 
overprints is easily seen through the encapsulation surface 
and nice centering and margins further improve the appeal. 

Est. $2500-$3000 


2536 Fr. 221 1-D. 1934 $1000 Federal Reserve Note. Cleveland. 
PCGS Choice About New 55 PPQ. A few light bends and 
handling are all we observe for circulation on this deeply 
embossed Federal Reserve Note. 

Est. $2250-$2750 


2537 Fr. 221 1-E. 1934 $1000 Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. 
PMG Choice Extremely Fine 45 EPQ. A lovely example of 
this $1,000 design type in the Extremely Fine grade, nicely 
embossed overprints and large margins. 

Est. $2000-$2500 




2534 Fr. 22 1 0-G Igs. 1 928 $ 1 000 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. 
PMG Choice Very Fine 35. One of a nice group of 1928 high 
denomination notes we are offering wit this piece showing 
light and even circulation. 

Est. $2000-$2400 




2535 Fr. 221 1-B Igs. 1934 $1000 Federal Reserve Note. New 
York. PMG Choice Extremely Fine 45 EPQ. Original paper 
and lovely originality combine to make this light green seal 
note quite attractive. 

Est. $2000-$2500 


2538 Fr. 2211-Elgs. 1934 $1000 Federal Reserve Note. 
Richmond. PMG Choice Extremely Fine 45. One of several 
appealing $1,000 Federal Reserve Notes we are offering with 
this Extremely Fine note retaining brightly inked light green 
overprints and trivial circulation. 

Est. $2200-$2600 



2539 Fr. 221 1-E Igs. 1934 $1000 Federal Reserve Note. 
Richmond. PMG Extremely Fine 40 EPQ. One of a 

spectacular grouping of high denomination notes we are 
offering with this lightly circulated note showing original 
paper and vivid light green overprints. Likable four digit 
serial number of E00002324A. 

Est. $2250-$2750 


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2540 Fr. 2211-E Igs. 1934 $1000 Federal Reserve Note. 
Richmond. PMG Very Fine 30 EPQ. This lovely mid- 
grade Richmond $1,000 note will appeal to bidders as the 
circulation is light and even and the margins are even and 
large. Lovely light green serial number of E00001672A. 

Est. $2000-$2500 



2541 Fr. 2211-E. 1934 $1000 Richmond. Federal Reserve 
Note. PMG Very Fine 30. This four digit light green serial 
numbered note shows without any netting defects. 

Est. $2000-$2200 




2542 Fr. 22 1 1 - J. 1 934 $ 1 000 Federal Reserve Note. Kansas City. 
PCGS Very Fine 35 PPQ. A near Extremely Fine example 
of this light green seal variety that shows with original paper 
and pleasing appeal throughout. 

Est. $2000-$3000 



2543 Fr. 221 1-L. 1934 $1000 Federal Reserve Note. San 
Francisco. PCGS About New 53. An always popular light 
green seal type and shown here with an appealing three digit 
serial number of L00000449A. 

Est. $2750-$3750 



2544 Fr. 2212-F. 1934A $1000 Federal Reserve Note. Atlanta. 
PCGS Choice About New 55. Part of a sensational grouping 
of notes on this high denomination design we are offering 
with this piece showing the initial appeal of an Uncirculated 
note. 

Est. $2250-$2750 



2545 Fr. 2212-L. 1934A $1000 Federal Reserve Note. San 
Francisco. PCGS Choice About New 58. Nicely centered 
with just an extremely faint trace of circulation. 

Est. $2250-$2750 


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Small Size Hawaii 
Emergency Note 



2546 Fr. 2300. 1935 A $1 Hawaii Emergency Note. PMG 
Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. A highly scarce “AC” block 
that seldom is available in any state of preservation, and 
especially so at these Choice Uncirculated levels. The note is 
found with lovely original paper and centering and margins 
that make claims to a grade higher. The last high grade 
example of this block we sold was a PCGS Gem New 65 
PPQ note which brought $3,466 as lot 3428 in our August 
2013 ANA sale. 

Est. $1500-$2000 



2547 Fr. 230 Im^. 1934 $5 Hawaii Emergency Star Note. Very 
Fine Net. Minor Rust. Even circulation is displayed by this 
scarce Hawaii Replacement Note. Just 25 Stars are recorded 
in the Track & Price census for this Friedberg number. A few 
spots of rust are seen at the end and below the right serial 
number. 

Est. $1000-$1500 


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2548 Fr. 2303. 1934A $10 Hawaii Emergency Note. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 65 EPQ. This exceptionally well preserved 
$10 Emergency Note shows centering and margins that 
easily confirm the Gem grade assigned by PMG. 

Est. $1000-$1500 


Emergency Notes 



2549 Fr. 2307. 1934A $5. North Africa Emergency Note. PMG 
Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. An exceptionally well preserved 
example of this Five Dollar North African emergency issue 
that shows nice centering and margins along with lovely 
embossing. 

Est. $700-$900 



2550 Fr. 2307. 1934A $5 North Africa Emergency Note. PCGS 

Gem New 66 PPQ. A high grade example of this North 
African Emergency Issue Five Dollar Silver Certificate. 

Est. $700-$900 



2551 Fr. 2309. 1934A $10 North Africa Emergency Note. PMG 
Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. Extremely large margins create 
terrific eye appeal on this Gem example. 

Est. $500-$700 


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Small Size Gold Certificates 



2552 Fr. 2400. 1928 $10 Gold Certificate. PCGS Superb Gem 

New 67 PPQ. The note is technically outstanding with 
broad even borders and lovely ink tones at the overprints 
and primary design details. A type that cannot be offered 
enough in these high coveted Superb Gem states. A well 
matched piece to the $20 note we are offering in a high end 
Gem state as well. 

Est. $3000-$4000 




2553 Fr. 2400. 1928 $10 Gold Certificate. PCGS Gem New 66 

PPQ. One of a significant grouping of high grade small size 
Gold Certificates we are offering. This piece is pack fresh 
with nice centering and margins. 

Est. $1750-$2250 



2554 Fr. 2400. 1928 $10 Gold Certificate. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 65 EPQ. This radiant Gold Certificate enjoys 
some of the best embossing we have seen for the catalog 
number. Terrifically dark inks also provide wondrous detail 
of the long lived Hamilton $10 design. 

Est. $1500-$2000 



2555 Fr. 2400^. 1928 $10 Gold Certificate Star Note. PCGS 
Extremely Fine 45 PPQ. An important offering of this 
seldom available Gold Certificate $10 replacement. These 
notes are scarce in any grade and that point is proven by 
looking at the PCGS population report with just a single 
example noticed in the entire “New” grade range. Just five 
reside in the “About New” listings and this piece is the only 
piece PCGS has applied an Extremely Fine 45 PPQ grade to. 

Est. $1500-$2500 



2556 Fr. 2402. 1928 $20 Gold Certificate. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 66 EPQ. A stunning example of this $20 
Gold Certificate design type that enjoys countless positive 
attributes. Certainly a note that deserves every point of the 
assigned grade by PMG. 

Est. $2250-$2750 


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2557 Fr. 2402. 1928 $20 Gold Certificate. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 65 EPQ. One of an appealing group of high 
grade Small Size Gold Certificates we are offering and this 
$20 note shows with terrific appeal throughout. Deeply 
embossed overprints quickly attest to the “EPQ” designation 
and nice registration of the face and back impressions help 
confirm the Gem grade. 

Est. $1500-$2000 



2558 Fr. 2402. 1928 $20 Gold Certificate. PCGS Very Choice 

New 64 PPQ. A note with strong appeal for the grade and 
certainly one that would be hard to question if graded a 
point higher. Terrifically deep embossing of the overprints 
and a strong, well inked impression of the primary face and 
back designs. 

Est. $700-$900 



2559 Fr. 2402. 1928 $20 Gold Certificate. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64. A note that borders on a Gem state and 
likely was held back due to a very minor spot stain at the 
right of the series date at the lower left center. 

Est. $600-$800 



2560 Fr. 2402^. 1928 $20 Gold Certificate Star Note. PMG Very 
Fine 25. An evenly circulated example that shows just some 
soiling beyond normal wear. Seldom available in any form. 

Est. $500-$700 


PCGS Gem New 65 PPQ $50 Gold Certificate 



2561 Fr. 2404. 1928 $50 Gold Certificate. PCGS Gem New 65 PPQ. One of the more important Small Size offering of the sale with this 
stunning $50 Gold Certificate being a note which will certainly grab collector attention. The note is seen with a precise impression 
of the design with dark definitive inks throughout. Strong gold overprints further the appeal with great contrast to the fresh white 
original paper. A hunter green back is one of the most pleasing we have seen for this Gold Certificate small-size denomination with 
the prominent D.C. ariel view at center being just stunning. Original paper helps attest to the “PPQ,” designation by PCGS while the 
centering and margins also help justify the Gem grade. 

Est. $5000-$7000 



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2562 Fr. 2404. 1928 $50 Gold Certificate. PCGS Extremely Fine 

45. An attractive note for the grade with the circulation 
being quite subtle. A note that commands significant 
premiums once the Uncirculated grade is breached. 

Est. $1000-$1500 




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2563 Fr. 2404. 1928 $50 Gold Certificate. PMG Choice Very 
Fine 35 EPQ. This Choice Very Fine $50 Gold Certificate 
certainly possesses appeal that would rival many Extremely 
Fine pieces. Lovely centering and margins combine well 
with fully original paper. 

Est. $800-$1200 




2564 Fr. 2405. 1928 $100 Gold Certificate. PMG About 
Uncirculated 55 EPQ. A well preserved $100 Gold 
Certificate with a boldly printed and embossed overprint 
along with darkly inked design elements. Just a light corner 
fold is observed at the bottom right. 

Est. $2500-$3000 



2565 Fr. 2405. 1928 $100 Gold Certificate. PMG About 
Uncirculated 55. Only touches of circulation are noticed on 
this elusive $100 Gold Certificate design type. Always a note 
that gathers considerable attention in these pleasing About 
Uncirculated grades. 

Est. $2000-$3000 



2566 Fr. 2405. 1928 $100 Gold Certificate. PMG Very Fine 30. 

Mostly even wear and still bold gold overprints on this $100 
Gold Certificate. 

Est. $900-$1200 

2567 Fr. 2405. 1928 $100 Gold Certificate. PCGS Very Fine 30 
Apparent. Minor Rust Stains. These $100 Gold Certificates 
are popular in all grades and this higher end Very Fine note 
shows quite nicely despite a few minor stains. 

Est. $800-$1200 



2568 Fr. 2405. 1928 $100 Gold Certificate. PMG Very Fine 

25. A problem free for the technical grade note with even 
circulation. 

Est. $800-$1200 


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Fancy Serial Numbers 


Important A00000022A 
One Dollar Legal Tender 




2569 Fr. 1500. 1928 $1 Legal Tender Note. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 66 EPQ. Low Serial Number. An iconic 
design type that is always one of the first pieces bought 
when small-size collections are started. This important 
A00000022A numbered note is from the second sheet 
produced for the series. The quality is quite striking with 
fresh original paper and lovely centering and margins. An 
as made paper furrow at the upper left is mentioned for 
complete accuracy. 

Est. $3000-$4000 



2570 Fr. 1526. 1928 A $5 Legal Tender Note. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. Low Serial Number. A more 
difficult 1928 A series Five Dollar Legal Tender note that 
shows bordering on a Gem state. Impressively dark inks 
throughout and a highly appealing double digit serial 
number of D00000075A. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



2571 Fr. 1550. 1966 $100 Legal Tender Note. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 65 EPQ. Low Serial Number. An always 
popular 1966 Legal Tender design that is high on collector 
priority lists. This impressive double digit serial number 
offering of A00000056A will certainly fit well into any 
collection of Gem material. 

Est. $1750-$2250 



2572 Fr. 1606. 1934 $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Superb Gem 
New 67 PPQ. Low Serial Number. An outstanding offering 
of this 1934 series One Dollar Silver Certificate design that 
shows with an impressive serial number of FOOOOOOIOA. 
Remarkably well centered and seen with deeply embossed 
overprints. A note that is hard to improve upon in 
representing this “Funny Back” design. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



2573 Fr. 1606^. 1934 $1 Silver Certificate Star Note. PMG 
Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. Consecutive to the next lot 
and certainly a replacement note that will gather strong 
attention from bidders. Shown with a likable two digit serial 
number of '^00000070A that is nicely embossed into fresh 
white paper stock. Pleasing margins are found as this note 
borders on a Gem assessment. 

Est. $2500-$3500 


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2574 Fr. 1606^. 1934 $1 Silver Certificate Star Note. PMG 
Choice About Uncirculated 58 EPQ. One an important 
consecutive pairing of this scarce 1934 Series replacement 
“Funny Back” notes we are offering. This example shows with 
the serial number ^00000069A and shows with just a corner 
fold at the lower left for circulation. The note is otherwise 
highly appealing with original paper and sensational detail 
throughout. 

Est. $2000-$3000 



2575 Fr. 1608. 1935 A $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Very Choice 
New 64 PPQ. Serial Number 5. One digit serial numbers 
are always high on collector priority lists and this appealing 
U00000005B numbered note is no exception. Great appeal 
and certainly a note that will stand out. 

Est. $600-$800 



2576 Fr. 1615. 1935F $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Gem New 66 
PPQ. Serial Number 9. Courtesy Autographs. A note that 
has quite a bit going for it from a single digit serial number 
of W00000009I, great technical quality and courtesy 
autographs of both the Treasurer and Secretary of the 
Treasury officials. 

Est. $1500-$2000 


2577 Fr. 1650. 1934 $5 Silver Certificate. PCGS Gem New 65 
PPQ. Low Serial Number. Notes with double digit serial 
numbers are always very well received by collectors and this 
A00000024A numbered piece is no exception. Original and 
nicely centered. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2578 Fr. 1701. 1934 $10 Silver Certificate. PCGS Choice New 
63 PPQ. Low Serial Number. One of an impressive array 
of low numbered small-size notes we are offering. This 1934 
$10 Silver Certificate bears a pleasing double digit serial of 
A00000036A. Gem appeal and incredible embossing of the 
overprints is noticed making us curious what the limiting 
factor in grade is. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2579 Fr. 1850- A. 1929 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Boston. 
PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. Low Serial Number. A 

wonderfully preserved double digit serial numbered Boston 
district note with A00000051A deeply embossed into the 
paper. This note starts a terrific group of low numbered 
Federal Reserve Bank Notes we are offering. 

Est. $700-$900 


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2580 Fr. 1850-B. 1929 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Note. New 
York. PCGS Choice New 63 PPQ. Low Serial Number. 

This impressive B00000018A numbered note certainly 
will appeal to collectors and is a note that will stand out 
considerably more in a collection over a “run of the mills” 
numbered piece. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2581 Fr. 1850-C. 1929 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Note. 
Philadelphia. PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. Low 

serial number C00000015A is found on this crisp and 
deeply embossed Five from the Philadelphia District. The 
paper is bright and the print quality is excellent on this near 
Gem note. 

Est. $600-$800 



2582 Fr. 1 850-D. 1 929 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Cleveland. 
PCGS Choice New 63 PPQ. Low Serial Number. An 

impressive example of this popular series and shown with a 
desirable low serial number of D00000043A. 

Est. $600-$800 



2583 Fr. 1850-F. 1929 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Atlanta. 
PMG Choice Uncirculated 64. Low Serial Number. One 

of a pleasing grouping of low numbered 1929 Federal 
Reserve Bank Notes we are offering with this Atlanta Five 
Dollar example showing the serial F00000055A. The left 
serial number is interestingly low, overlaying the Cashier 
signature. 

Est. $600-$800 


2584 Fr. 1850-F. 1929 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Atlanta. 
PCGS Very Choice New 64 PPQ. Serial Number 8. This 
significant single digit note will certainly grab collector 
attention. These Federal Reserve Bank Notes were produced 
during the Great Depression due to the public withdrawing 
more currency than available. The notes were quickly put 
into production to remedy the shortage. This serial number 
F00000008A note is quite spectacular with nice embossing 
of the overprints and near Gem quality. 

Est. $1500-$2000 



2585 Fr. 1860-D. 1929 $10 Federal Reserve Bank Note. 
Cleveland. PCGS Very Choice New 64. Serial Number 8. 

One of three single digit 1929 Federal Reserve Bank Notes 
we are offering with this Cleveland district note showing the 
serial number D00000008A. Certainly a highly desirable 
piece that will stand out considerably more in a collection. 

Est. $1500-$2000 

Serial Number Four Richmond 
Federal Reserve Bank Note 



2586 Fr. 1860-E. 1929 $10 Federal Reserve Bank Note. 
Richmond. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. Serial 
Number 4. A highly impressive single digit serial number 
of E00000004A is found on this Richmond district note. A 
nicely centered impression along with original paper further 
the appeal. One of several low numbered small-size notes 
we are offering. 

Est. $2250-$2750 


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2587 Fr. 1860-J. 1929 $10. Federal Reserve Bank Note. Kansas 
City. PCGS Choice New 63 PPQ. Low Serial Number. A 

note that certainly has the initial appeal of a higher grade 
with strong ink tones throughout and deep embossing of 
the overprints. Lovely low serial number of J00000097A. 

Est. $800-$1200 



2588 Fr. 1915-H. 1988A $1 Federal Reserve Note. St Louis. 
PCGS Gem New 65 PPQ. Serial Number 3. An impressive 
single digit note with H00000003B embossed nicely into the 
original paper. 

Est. $500-$700 



2589 Fr. 1922-L. 1995 $1 Federal Reserve Note. San Francisco. 
PMG Superb Gem Uncirculated 67 EPQ. Serial Number 

3. A single digit note and currently the lowest number you 
can get from modern notes as the serial number “2” notes 
are all replaced with star notes. 

Est. $600-$800 



2590 Fr. 1934-L. 2009 $1 Federal Reserve Note. San Francisco. 
PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. Solid Serial Number. 

Certainly a note that will grab the attention of fancy number 
collectors with this piece showing the serial L55555555N. 
This modern note shows with stunning quality and we 
cannot determine why the note did not achieve a higher 
grade as the centering is sensational. 

Est. $1250-$1750 


Serial Number Three Light 
Green Seal New York 10 Dollar 




2591 Fr. 2004-B. 1934 $10 Federal Reserve Note. New York. 
PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. Serial Number 3. 

This impressive single digit note of B00000003A shows with 
highly appealing light green overprints and deeply embossed 
original paper. The note was hand cut likely shortly after 
being printed and shows some unevenness in the margins. 
A great item that will add depth to any collection it enters. 

Est. $2000-$3000 

Error Notes 



2592 Fr. 232. 1899 $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Very Fine 25. 
Inverted Back. One of the more popular error types that 
are seldom available. This 1899 One Dollar note shows with 
only honest circulation, being problem free for the grade. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2593 Fr. 1908- A. 1974 $1. Federal Reserve Note. Boston. PMG 
Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. Inverted Overprint Error. 

Consecutive to another we are offering and seen with lovely 
centering and margins. Always one of the more popular 
error types. 

Est. $450-$650 


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2594 Fr. 1908- A. 1974 $1 Federal Reserve Note. Boston. PMG 
Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. Inverted Overprint Error. 

This well centered type I inverted overprint error shows 
with exceptional appeal throughout. Consecutive to another 
we are offering. 

Est. $400-$600 



2595 Fr. 1913-F. 1985 $1 Federal Reserve Note. Atlanta. PCGS 
Gem New 66 PPQ. Inverted Over Print. This extremely 
well preserved type II inverted overprint error will certainly 
appeal to collectors. 

Est. $450-$650 



2596 Fr. 191 3-D. 1985 $1. Federal Reserve Note. Cleveland. 
PCGS Very Choice New 64. Inverted Overprint. Free from 
circulation and shown with a type II inverted overprint 
error. 

Est. $400-$600 



2597 Fr. 2071-F. 1974 $20. Federal Reserve Note. Atlanta. PCGS 
Gem New 65 PPQ. Inverted Overprint. A seldom available 
$20 denomination for this Type I inverted overprint. Great 
technical quality. 

Est. $500-$700 




2598 Fr. 1915-K. 1988 A $1 Federal Reserve Note. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. Overprint on Back. Nearly Gem 
and a highly popular error type. 

Est. $300-$500 



2599 Fr. 1909-1. 1977 $1 Federal Reserve Note. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 65 EPQ. Misalignment Error. A very 
dramatic misalignment error in an appealing Gem state. 

Est. $400-$600 



2600 Fr. 2169-E^. 1981 $100 Federal Reserve Star Note. 
Richmond. PMG Choice About Uncirculated 58 Net. 
Offset Printing Error. An impressive full back to front 
offset error is displayed on this lightly handled $100 
Replacement Note. The offset is quite bold with deep green 
color displayed on the face. Just a light centerfold accounts 
for the AU grade. The minor foreign substance mentioned 
by the grading service is found on the back left and is quite 
minor. The small tear is in the top left margin well clear of 
the design. 

Est. $700-$900 


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2601 Fr. 1614. 1935E $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 63 EPQ. Mismatched Serial Number. This 
appealing note shows with a “02H-00H” mismatch. 

Est. $400-$600 



2602 Fr. 1911-L. 1981 $1. Federal Reserve Note. San Francisco. 
PCGS Very Choice New 64. Pre-Back Print Foldover. An 

attractive fold over error at the right and seen with deeply 
embossed overprints with just a bit of residue at the left 
which likely prevented a “PPQ” designation. 

Est. $300-$500 




2604 Fr. 2075-E. 1985 $20 Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. 
PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. Fold Over. Certainly a 
dramatic fold over error that shows at the upper left. The 
note retains strictly original paper and will gather significant 
attention from error collectors. 

Est. $800-$1200 



2605 Fr. 2120-G. 1981 $50 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. 
PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. Fold Over Error. A 

dramatic $50 error note that shows with a large fold out at 
the lower left that prevented nearly the entire overprinted 
features at left to be absent. Certainly a piece that would 
enhance any collections of errors. 

Est. $1500-$2500 


2603 Fr. 1974-E. 1977 $5 Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. 
PCGS Gem New 66. Printed Foldover. This dramatic error 
note shows with a large printed fold over at right. The note 
went through the first and second printing fine and then 
was folded, received the third print and then was unfolded 
prior to the cutting process. Adjacent note below s serial 
number is barely visible on what is the notes back right 
margin. Absolutely fantastic quality is retained. 

Est. $600-$800 


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National Bank Notes 


Connecticut 


Illinois 



2606 Winsted, Connecticut. $2 1875. Fr. 392. The Hurlbut NB. 
Charter #1494. PCGS Good 6 Apparent. Washed and 
Colors Faded; Stains; Discoloration on Back; Tape Repair 
on Back at Right. A design type that is always collectible in 
virtually any state of preservation. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

Hawaii 



2607 Honolulu, Hawaii. $100 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1804-1. The First 
NB. Charter #5550. PCGS Fine 15 Apparent. Minor 
Staining. Some minor staining is all that detracts from this 
always popular Hawaii national. 

Est. $500-$700 



2608 Downers Grove, Illinois. $10 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1801-1. The 
First NB. Charter #9725. PMG Very Fine 20. This highly 
elusive DuPage County charter is the first we can recall 
handling and is one of just five known small size according to 
Track and Price. Quite appealing and free from any netting 
defects. Certainly a piece missing in even comprehensive 
collections of Illinois nationals. 

Est. $1750-$2750 



2609 Belleville, Illinois. $10 1875. Fr. 416. The First NB. 
Charter #2154. PMG Choice About Uncirculated 58. A 

strikingly bold example of this highly popular first charter 
period type. Sensational ink quality throughout provides 
precise detail of the vignettes at left, right and back center. 
Pleasing centering is observed considering this design is 
typically found with narrow margins. 

Est. $3000-$5000 


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Impressive Serial Number 1 Earlville, IL $5 Brown Back 




2610 Earlville, Illinois. $5. 1882 Brown Back. Fr. 467. The First NB. Charter #3323. PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ Star. Serial Number 

1. A boldly stamped lone number 1 stands out strikingly below the portrait of President James Garfield signifying that this note hails 
from the very first sheet of $5 Brown Backs issued by this LaSalle County bank. This wonderfully original Plate B note is the first Serial 
Number 1 note to come forward from this bank large or small. Pronounced embossing is immediately recognized in addition to large 
even margins. The design is fully inked and presents with vibrant color. Hand signed signatures of bank officers Hoss and Wright are well 
penned and bold. This extremely well preserved note was one of the very first issued to the bank which was chartered March 16, 1885. 
Likely a presentation piece, this near Superb note received the new Star designation from PMG. 

Est. $8000-$12000 


Maryland 



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2611 Baltimore, Maryland. $5 1902 RS. Fr. 587. The National Exchange Bank. Charter #1109. PMG Very Fine 30 EPQ. A bright and 
evenly circulated $5 Red Seal from this Baltimore bank that is well centered with broad margins. Bright red color is still possessed in 
the overprint and the stamped bank officers signatures remain quite bold. There is an interesting numismatic tie-in with this bank. The 
banks president Waldo Newcomer, whose stamped signature is found on this note, is one of the greatest American numismatists that 
you’ve probably never heard of. He was ahead of his time in collecting $5 gold coins from 1795-1834 by variety. He collected every U.S. 
regular issue series along with patterns, colonials, encased postage, territorial gold and world gold. He even owned the unique 1870-S $3 
Gold piece as well as an 1804 Bust Dollar. His vast collection never sold at auction but was privately disbursed by B. Max Mehl, Wayte 
Raymond and others. Many of his coins ended up in the collections of Col. E.H.R. Green and Louis Eliasberg. 

Est. $1000-$1500 


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Massachusetts 


Minnesota 



2612 Boston, Massachusetts. $5 Original. Fr. 397a. The State 
NB. Charter #1028. Fine. This new to the census note is the 
first Original Series $5 to come forward from this Boston 
bank. The State National Bank was chartered in April of 1865 
and issued notes into the 1902 Date Back era before being 
liquidated in November of 1912. This example displays good 
color with a bold red overprint and darkly printed design 
elements. 

Est. $1000-$1500 



2613 Spencer, Massachusetts. $5 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1800-1. Spencer 
NB. Charter #13394. PMG Choice Uncirculated 64. Serial 
Number 1. A fantastic number one note on this Worcester 
County town and shown with near Gem appeal and lovely 
embossing of the overprints. Part of a cut sheet of number 
one notes known on the bank with the last to sell publicly 
being the “B” prefix note which brought $2,1 15 in a January 
2014 sale. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



2614 Webster, Massachusetts. $5 1882. Fr. 534. The First NB. 
Charter #2312. PCGS Choice New 63. A bright and well 
printed $5 Date Back from this Worcester County bank 
which comes from a nice run of high grade notes which have 
been disbursed to the collecting fraternity. This example 
displays noticeable embossing of the deep blue overprint. 

Est. $1500-$2000 



2615 Blue Earth, Minnesota. $ 1 0 1 902 PB. Fr. 624. The Farmers 
NB. Charter #7641. Very Fine. This bank name is among 
this catalogers personal favorite. A pleasing Very fine 
example that has retained excellent paper quality and eye 
appeal. The Cashiers signatures is full and clear while the 
presidents is barely visible. Overall, an excellent example of 
this popular Minnesota national. 

Est. $800-$1200 



2616 Heron Lake, Minnesota. $10 1929 Ty 1. Fr. 1801-1. The 
First NB. Charter #5383. Very Fine. One of the great 
titles of all of Minnesota nationals is found on this evenly 
circulated Type 1 Ten. The First National was chartered in 
June of 1900 and issued all the way through to the end of 
the National Currency era in 1935. This note is rather bright 
for the grade with even circulation and full margins. Some 
pinholes are clustered in the far left. 

Est. $500-$700 



2617 Minneapolis, Minnesota. $5 1929 Fr. 1800-2. The First 
NB. Charter #710. PCGS Very Choice New 64 PPQ. Serial 
Number 2. An uneven top margin likely is the only trait 
that prevented a Gem designation. Sharp original paper and 
great appeal otherwise. Desirable serial number of A000002. 

Est. $400-$600 


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Missouri 



2618 Saint Louis, Missouri. $5 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1800-1. The 
Security NB Savings & TC. Charter #12066. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 65 EPQ. This note is from a small group of 
known Uncirculated notes on the charter and shows with 
pack fresh paper and deeply embossed overprints. Nice 
centering and margins confirm the Gem designation by 
PMG. 

Est. $500-$700 

New Hampshire 



2619 Newport, New Hampshire. $10 1929 Fr. 1801-1. The First 
NB. Charter #888. PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. An 

exceptional example of this Western New Hampshire town 
that bears a likable charter number of 888. Nearly Gem and 
terrifically original. 

Est. $800-$1200 

New Jersey 

2620 Barnegat, New Jersey. $10 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1801-1. The First 
NB. Charter #8497. Very Fine. Light and even circulation 
on this more challenging New Jersey locale. 

Est. $300-$400 



2621 Glassboro, New Jersey. $20 1902 PB. Fr. 652. The First NB. 
Charter #3843. PMG Very Fine 20 Net. Small Stain. Track 
and price shows just a scant eight large size notes on this 
Gloucester County charter with all being 1902 Plain Backs, 
save for a single Fine graded $20 Brown Back. Still appealing 
signatures and problem free, save for a small stain. 

Est. $500-$700 





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2622 Lakewood, New Jersey. $10 1902 Plain Back. Er. 624. The 
Peoples NB. Charter #7291. PMG About Uncirculated 55. 

Large size examples from this Ocean County bank are quite 
rare as just three notes are recorded in Track & Price census. 
Oddly, each note is a $10 Plain Back from the same sheet 
with serial number 3735. This plate D note is the highest 
graded of the three and is only lightly handled, displaying 
bold signatures and original embossing. It has been 14 years 
since the last large size note was offered on this bank when 
the plate F note, graded Very Fine, realized $3080. 

Est. $4000-$6000 



2623 Lakewood, New Jersey. $10 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1801-1. The 
Peoples NB. Charter #7291. PMG Choice Uncirculated 63 
EPQ. A crisp and excellently printed Type 1 Ten from this 
Ocean County bank which is tied for finest graded to ever 
be offered on the bank. The engraved design elements are 
darkly inked onto the bright, well margined paper. 

Est. $500-$700 


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New York 


Ohio 









2624 New York, New York. $5 1882 BB. Fr. 467. The NB of 
Commerce. Charter #733. PMG About Uncirculated 

53. A vivid example of this New York charter that shows 
with only light circulation and lovely original paper. Nicely 
centered and it seems that a small spot stain at the portrait 
is reasoning as to why PMG did not apply an “EPQ” 
designation. 

Est. $800-$1200 



2625 Valley Stream, New York. $5 1902 PB. Fr. 607. The Valley 
Stream NB. Charter #11881. PMG Very Fine 25. A popular 
yet scarce Nassau County New York town that is one a new 
addition to a previous 10 known large size with both titles 
for the bank considered. This Valley Stream National Bank 
title is the first and encompasses a now eight known large on 
the charter per Track and Price. Problem free and noticed 
with lovely banking signatures. 

Est. $1000-$1500 

North Carolina 



2626 Ayden, North Carolina. $5 1 929 Ty 1 . Fr. 1 800- 1 . First NB. 
Charter #13554. PMG Very Fine 25 Net. Stained, Minor 

Rust. An attractive note despite the few small problems. 
One of a scant 1 1 known notes on the charter according to 
Track and Price, all being small size notes. 

Est. $500-$700 




2627 Cincinnati, Ohio. $50 1882 Brown Back. Fr. 510. The Ohio 
Valley NB. Charter #3606. Very Good. A highly important 
denomination that is missing in many collections. This 
Cincinnati note is one of nine known large notes per the 
NBNC and the only $50 denomination sighted. Heavily 
circulated yet still appealing with nice overprints remaining. 
Some margin restorations are observed along with staining. 

Est. $2500-$3500 



2628 Cincinnati, Ohio. $20 1875. Fr. 434. The Citizens NB. 
Charter #2495. PMG Very Good 08 Net. Split, Pieces 
Missing. A highly elusive $20 First Charter Period note that 
is always at the top of collector lists with a stunning vignette 
at the back depicting the Baptism of Pocahontas. 

Est. $500-$700 


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2629 Cleveland, Ohio. $5 1902 Plain Back. Fr. 607. 

Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Co-Operative 
NB. Charter #11862. PCGS Superb Gem New 67 PPQ. 

This absolutely sensational example of this 1902 Plain Back 
series is one of the finest we have seen or handled. The note 
is exceptional with consideration to all technical aspects. 
Large even borders house a deeply inked impression and 
nicely embossed overprints further attest to the originality. 
The largely popular title on this charter is the longest to be 
used on National Currency. 

Est. $2500-$3500 



2630 Columbus, Ohio. $100 1902 DB. Fr. 692. The New First 
NB. Charter #4443.2. Fine- Very Fine. A scarce $100 note 
which shows with bold overprints and minimal folds for the 
technical grade. Several restorations are seen however with 
the most significant being reconstruction at the left center of 
the top border. 

Est. $700-$900 




2632 Toledo, Ohio. $10 1929 Fr. 1801-1. The First NB. Charter 
#91. PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. Nicely centered and 
terrific original paper throughout. 

Est. $300-$500 

Pennsylvania 



2633 Dublin, Pennsylvania. $10 1929. Fr. 1801-2. The Dublin 
NB. Charter #13133. Very Fine. Bright paper and just 
moderate circulation are observed on this pleasing Type-2 
$10 from this scarce Bucks County bank. This late chartered 
bank has a total census of just nine small size examples 
including the note currently offered. 

Est. $400-$600 



2634 Elkins Park, Pennsylvania. $5 1929 Ty 1. Fr. 1800-1. The 
Elkins Park NB. Charter #13030. PMG Choice About 
Uncirculated 58 Net. Erasure. Serial Number 1. A new 

to the census note that is the first and only serial number 
1 example to come forward from this Montgomery 
County bank. The bank was Elkins Parks only note issuing 
institution and was chartered in January 1927. It reported a 
total outstanding of $33,000 in 1935. This was the very first 
note issued by the bank that issued Type 1 & 2 Fives only. 
Some minor handling is noted along with some light erasure 
of an annotation on the face. 

Est. $1250-$1750 


2631 Dayton, Ohio. $100 1902 Plain Back. Fr. 698. The City NB. 
Charter #2874. Fine-Very Fine. This Dayton banks first 
title is displayed on this scarce $100 Plain Back. This note is 
evenly circulated with boldly printed design elements. The 
signatures are mostly faded but the paper is bright for the 
grade. 

Est. $1000-$1500 


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2635 Lansdale, Pennsylvania. $10 1929. Fr. 1801-1. First NB. 
Charter #430. Choice About Uncirculated. This Type-1 
$10 has the appearance of a Choice Uncirculated note with 
bright, crisp paper, darkly inked design elements and bold 
embossing. Just an incredibly light center bend relegates it to 
the Choice About Uncirculated Grade. Still a very pleasing 
high grade offering from this Montgomery County bank. 

Est. $300-$500 



2636 Mansfield, Pennsylvania. $5 1929 Ty. 2. Fr. 1800-2. The 
First NB. Charter #13618. Extremely Fine. Just 8 notes are 
reported from this small only Tioga County bank. This Five 
is crisp and well cut with still noticeable embossing. The 
darkly printed inks contrast well against bright wavy paper. 

Est. $500-$800 



2637 Oil City, Pennsylvania. $10 1929. Fr. 1801-2. Oil City NB. 
Charter #14274. Very Fine. The Oil City NB received its 
charter in September 1934 at the very end of the National 
Currency era after assuming the circulation of Ch# 5240. 
The charter is 11 numbers removed from the last charter 
number issued. The bank issued a total of $90,150 during 
its participation in the National Currency era. This example 
is bright and evenly circulated. Just nine notes are reported 
from the bank including the present offering. 

Est. $300-$500 


2638 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. $50 1902. Fr. 667. The 
Corn Exchange NB. Charter #542. PCGS Very Fine 20 
Apparent. Paperclip Rust Stains. Quite attractive for the 
grade aside from the paper clip rust stain at upper center. 

Est. $600-$800 



2639 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. $10 1902 Plain Back. Fr. 
624. The Tliird NB. Charter #291. PMG Choice About 
Uncirculated 58 EPQ. A lightly handled and boldly 
embossed $10 Plain Back. The overprint is deep blue and 
the stamped signatures remain strong. This is among the 
highest graded notes for bank in the census. 

Est. $500-$700 



2640 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. $5 1902 Plain Back. Fr. 598. 
The Mellon NB. Charter #6301. PMG Gem Uncirculated 
65 EPQ. A remarkably high grade example of this 1902 
Plain Back design type that shows strictly original paper and 
lovely detail throughout. 

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2641 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. $5 1929 Ty 2. Fr. 1800-2. 
National Bank of America. Charter #14271. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. Just 7 small size notes and one 
sheet are known from this late chartered Pittsburgh bank 
including this crisp and well printed Type 2 Five which is 
the highest graded note in the census. The National Bank of 
America was chartered in September of 1934 and issued just 
$34,670 before the National Currency issuing era came to a 
close in 1935. 

Est. $600-$800 



2642 Ridley Park, Pennsylvania. $10 1929. Fr. 1801-1. The 
Ridley Park NB. Charter #10847. Very Fine. This new to 
the census Type-1 $10 brings the total small size census on 
this Delaware County bank to a scant seven examples to 
go with only one large known. The note is bright with still 
snappy paper, displaying just moderate circulation. There is 
a small notch out of the top right margin, well away from the 
design. 

Est. $800-$1200 




2643 Royersford, Pennsylvania. $5 1929 Ty 2. Fr. 1800-2. The 
NB. Charter #3551. PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. 
Serial Number 1. A gorgeous Serial Number 1 Type 2 $5 
from this Montgomery County bank. This note is one of 
just two serial number Is known on the bank with the other 
being a Type 1 $5. The present note is deeply embossed 
with ample margins and flawless print quality. Ihe previous 
number 1 note, graded Choice Uncirculated realized 2300 
in a 2006 auction. 

Est. $2000-$3000 



2644 Scranton, Pennsylvania. $10 1929 Fr. 1801-1. The First 
NB. Charter #77. Gem Uncirculated. A technical Gem that 
shows with all the attributes a collector could ask for of the 
assigned grade. 

Est. $300-$500 

Tennessee 





2645 Knoxville, Tennessee. $5 1902 Plain Back. Fr. 602. The 
Holston NB. Charter #4648. PMG Choice Uncirculated 

64. This Knox County banks first title is featured on this 
well centered and bright $5 Plain Back. Just one other note 
has sold publicly as high as Choice 64. 

Est. $600-$800 


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Texas 



2646 Fort Worth, Texas. $10 1882 DB. Fr. 542. The First NB. 
Charter #2349. PMG Very Fine 25 Net. Repaired. A 

popular issuer with this pleasing piece showing quite well 
despite a few repairs mostly limited to the margins. 

Est. $600-$800 

Utah 


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2647 Moab, Utah. $10 1929. Fr. 1801-1. The First NB. Charter 
#10925. Fine. An evenly circulated and well cut small size 
Ten from this popular Utah location. 

Est. $300-$500 

Virginia 



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2648 Portsmouth, Virginia. $10 1902 Plain Back. Fr. 626. 
The First NB. Charter #9300. PMG Very Fine 30. A well 
preserved example, save for faded banking signatures. 

Est. $300-$500 


2649 Rural Retreat, Virginia. $10 1902 PB. Fr. 628. The First 
NB. Charter #10061. About Uncirculated. An remarkable 
Wythe County town national of Rural Retreat with this $10 
note being the finest known of a recorded 10 large size notes 
on this charter. Just a light pair of vertical folds at center and 
corner fold or two make up the circulation. Original paper 
and lovely purple signatures. 

Est. $3000-$5000 

Washington 



2650 Everett, Washington. $5 1929. Fr. 1800-2. The Security 
NB. Charter #11693. PCGS Very Choice New 64 PPQ. 

Bank president Bennett Baldy added his courtesy autograph 
in bold blue ink to this crisp Type-2 Five. This well margined 
example is darkly printed and strictly original. A very 
handsome Washington state national. 

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2651 Everett, Washington. $10 1929. Fr. 1801-2. The Security 
NB. Charter #11693. PCGS Gem New 65 PPQ. This Type- 
2 Ten displays the boldly penned courtesy autograph of 
bank president Bennett Baldy. This example is exceptionally 
centered with great registration. Naturally wavy paper is 
also clearly evident through the holder. An excellent note 
for the state collector from this Snohomish County bank . 

Est. $800-$1200 



2652 Everett, Washington. $20 1929. Fr. 1802-2. The Security 
NB. Charter #11693. PCGS Very Choice New 64 PPQ. A 

third high grade Type-2 example from this Evergreen State 
bank. This Twenty is among the highest graded notes for 
the bank along with the Five and Ten offered this evening. 
The note comes well centered, bordering on a full Gem, with 
serial number embossing easily viewed through the holder. 

Est. $700-$1000 


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Fr. 1203. 1882 $100 Gold Certificate. 
PCGS Fine 15. 

Price Realized: $470,000 


Fr. 2220- J. 1928 $5000 Federal Reserve Note. 
Kansas City. PCGS Extremely Fine 40. 
Price Realized: $141,000 


Fr. 167b. 1863 $100 Legal Tender Note. 
PCGS Very Fine 25. 

Price Realized: $352,500 


Fr. 324c. 1878 $50 Silver Certificate. 
PCGS Very Good 10 Apparent. Restorations. 
Price Realized: $329,000 


Fr. 193a. July 15, 1864 $100 Compound 
Interest Treasury Note. 

PCGS Very Fine 35 Apparent. Restorations. 
Price Realized: $282,000 


Fr. 1191. 1882 $50 Gold Certificate. 
PCGS Extremely Fine 40. 
Price Realized: $41 1,250 


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Colonial Notes 


13001 CT-218. Connecticut. October 11, 1777. 7 Pence. PMG 
Choice Uncirculated 63 EPQ. Crisp, bright paper are 
noticed on this well printed small change colonial. Slash 
cancelled at the bottom. 

Est. $150-$250 

13002 CT-218. Connecticut. October 11, 1777. 7 Pence. 
Uncirculated. No. 50791. Crisp small format note. Slash 
cancelled at bottom. 

Est. $75-$100 

13003 CT-222. Connecticut. March 5, 1780. 5 Shillings. Fine- 
Very Fine Net. Splits. No. 5163. Boldly printed by Timo 
Green. Splits at right edge. Cut cancelled. Accompanied by 
old time COA from the Colonial Coin Club. 

Est. $75-$100 

13004 CT-240. Connecticut. July 1, 1780. 40 Shillings. PCGS 
Choice About New 58 PPQ. No. 18401. A bright and 
only lightly handled note. Round cut out cancellation near 
center. Accompanied by old COA from the Early American 
Coin Club. 

Est. $75-$100 

13005 Lot of (6) Colonial Currency Notes from Connecticut, 
Delaware & Rhode Island. Very Good to Very Fine. Three 
notes from Connecticut, two from Delaware and one from 
Rhode Island. Each note is hinged and most have other 
forms of impairment such as missing corners, edge damage 
or repairs. Close inspection is strongly encouraged. No 
returns will be accepted on this lot for any reason. 

Est. $200-$300 



13006 DE-77. Colonial Note. 1776 $5 Shillings PMG About 
Uncirculated 55. No. 78217. Although not rare this pleasing 
Delaware note shows with terrific manuscript details and a 
bold printing at both sides. 

Est. $300-$500 



13007 GA-69 Georgia. 1776. $1/4. PCGS Apparent Very Fine 30, 
Small Edge Split. No. 13. Uniface. Three signatures. Black 
printed fractional dollar denomination note that is well cut 
and includes full selvage at left. Bright, clean paper. Small 
split just into the border design at bottom center. 

Est. $300-$400 

13008 GA-71d. Georgia. 1776. $1. Green Seal. Fine Net. Backed. 

No. 13303. A scarce green seal 1776 Georgia note. Various 
splits seem to be supported by old style silk backing. 

Est. $200-$300 



13009 GA-1 14. Georgia. September 10, 1777. $1. Red Seal. Very 
Fine Net. Repaired. No. 3963. A well printed example from 
this scarce Georgia issue. Justice appears in the red seal in 
bottom right with the motto: “SUSTINE RECTUM” which 
translate to “support what is right.” There is a minor repair 
in the bottom right corner. 

Est. $500-$700 

13010 MA-283. Massachusetts. May 5, 1780. $7. PCGS New 62 

PPQ. No. 20158. Well inked $7 with bright paper. Round 
cut out cancellation just right of center. 

Est. $100-$150 

13011 MA-284. Massachusetts. May 5, 1780. $8. About 
Uncirculated. Well cut and just lightly handled. A diamond 
shaped cut out cancellations is seen at center. 

Est. $75-$100 

13012 Lot of (3) State of Massachusetts-Bay May 5, 1780 
Colonials. Very Fine to About Uncirculated. Four 
different denominations from this issue. The first: Very Fine 
Net $1, stained, top right corner missing, cut out cancelled. 
Second: About Uncirculated $2, cut out cancelled, hinged. 
Third: Very Fine Net $3, top right corner missing, cut out 
cancelled, hinged. Fourth: About Uncirculated $20, cut 
out cancelled, hinged, small tear from cancellation. Close 
inspection is strongly suggested. No returns will be accepted 
on this lot for any reason. 

Est. $150-$200 


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13013 MD-55. Maryland. March 1, 1770. $1. Very Fine Net. 
Split. No. 3703. Darkly printed Maryland $1 note. Large 
split from top center to middle of the body of the note. Close 
inspection is encouraged. No returns will be accepted on 
this lot for any reason. 

Est. $75-$100 

13014 MD-66. Maryland. April 10, 1774. $1. Very Fine Net. 
Split. No. 5967. Darkly printed and well signed. Split found 
at left. 

Est. $75-$100 

13015 MD-67. Maryland. April 10, 1774. $2. Very Fine. No. 

140105. Imprint of A.C. and R Green. Signed by Upham and 
Eddis. Dark inks are boldly printed on this wholesome Two. 
An evenly circulated note for the grade. 

Est. $100-$150 

13016 MD-88. Maryland. December 7, 1775. $4. Fine. Even 
circulation and full borders are seen. 

Est. $75-$100 

13017 MD-92. Maryland. August 14, 1776. $1/6. Fine- Very Fine. 
Stains. No. 25251. Scarce fractional denomination note. 
Printed design elements are bold. Stains observed on face. 

Est. $75-$100 

13018 Lot of (5) Maryland Colonial Notes. Very Good to Very 
Fine. Five notes from Maryland. The first, December 7, 

1775 $4, Very Good+, hinged. Second: August 14, 1776 
$1/2, Very Good-Fine, tear, stain, hinged. Third: August 14, 

1776 $1, Very Good, rust, splits, hinged. Fourth: August 14, 
1776 $4, Fine- Very Fine, hinged. Fi&: August 14, 1776 $6, 
Very Fine, hinged. Close inspection is strongly suggested. 
No returns will be accepted on this lot for any reason. 

Est. $200-$300 

13019 NH-185. New Hampshire. April 29, 1780. $8. Very Fine 
Net. Splits. No. 252. A scarce New Hampshire Colonial. 
Splits at top and bottom center. Hole cancellation at center. 
Close inspection is encouraged. No returns will be accepted 
on this lot for any reason. 

Est. $150-$200 

13020 NJ-175. New Jersey. March 25, 1776. 1 Shilling. 
Uncirculated. Miscut. No. 9247. Boldly printed. Cut into 
design at top left. Light toning. 

Est. $100-$175 

13021 NJ-177 New Jersey. March 25, 1776. 3 Shillings. PCGS 
Choice About New 58 PPQ. No. 35033. Plate B. Imprint 
of Isaac Collins on back. Strong color and bright paper are 
found on this nearly Uncirculated New Jersey note. 

Est. $300-$400 

13022 NJ-180. New Jersey. March 25, 1776. 15 Shillings. Choice 
Uncirculated. No. 7425. Deep embossing is easily noticed 
on this crisp New Jersey Colonial. 

Est. $200-$300 

13023 NY-164 New York. February 16, 1771. 2 Pounds. PCGS 
Very Fine 30. No. 5205. No imprint. Three signatures. 
Bright paper with black inked woodcut print. A very well 
cut and attractive mid-grade Colonial note. 

Est. $200-$300 

13024 NY-165. New York. February 16, 1771. 3 Pounds. Very 
Fine Net. Repaired. No. 58532. The engraved design 
elements are boldly printed. There are split repairs at top 
and bottom center. 

Est. $150-$200 


13025 NC-81 North Carolina. March 9, 1754. 30 Shillings. PCGS 
Apparent Very Fine 30, Foreign Substance on Face; Small 
Edge Tears. No. 40. Better cut than many seen. This higher 
denomination note comes darkly inked with full design 
detail. Minor residue is seen on the face. Edge tears are quite 
minor. Contemporary endorsements seen on back. 

Est. $150-$250 

13026 NC-135. North Carolina. December, 1771. 1 Shilling 
PMG Uncirculated 62. No. 16096. Four large margins are 
seen on this North Carolina 1 Shilling from the prodigious 
1771 issue. 

Est. $150-$200 

13027 NC-136a. North Carolina. December 1771. 2 Shillings & 
6 Pence. Extremely Fine Net. Split Repairs. No. 12012. 
Swan in emblem at bottom left. A darkly printed note with 
four signatures. Split repairs are found at top and bottom 
center. 

Est. $75-$100 

13028 NC-136b. North Carolina. December 1771. 2 Shillings 
6 Pence. PCGS Apparent Extremely Fine 40. Repaired. 

No. 23018. House in round frame at lower left. Dark inks. 
Repaired split at center. 

Est. $100-$150 

13029 NC-138. North Carolina. December 1771. 10 Shillings. 
Extremely Fine. Minor Stains. No. 4135. A fully margined 
and crisp 10 Shillings note. There is a minor stain in the 
bottom right corner. 

Est. $75-$100 

13030 NC-139. Colonial Notes. December 1777 1 Pound PMG 
Choice Uncirculated 64. Well centered and fully margined. 
This 1 Pound note has all the look of a full Gem. 

Est. $200-$300 

13031 NC-139. North Carolina. December 1771. 1 Pound. PCGS 
Apparent Very Fine 35. Minor Repairs. No. 4063. Well 
inked design elements. Edge and internal repairs observed. 

Est. $100-$150 

13032 NC-140. North Carolina. December 1771. 30 Shillings. 
PCGS Apparent Extremely Fine 45. Repaired. No. 2309. 
Sabre in clinched fist in round frame. Fully margined. A 
repaired edge tear is noted at top, left of center. 

Est. $125-$175 

13033 NC-141. North Carolina. December 1771. 2 Pounds. Fine- 
Very Fine Net. Repaired, Edge Damage. No. 2511. Dove 
with olive branch in circle frame at lower left. Repaired splits 
at center. Edge chipping and small tears noticed as well. 
Close inspection is encouraged. No returns will be accepted 
on this lot for any reason. 

Est. $75-$100 

13034 NC-142 North Carolina. December, 1771. 3 Pounds. 
PCGS Extremely Fine 45. No. 1439. Uniface. MAGNA 
CHARTA in scroll at bottom left. Four signatures on face. 
Three large margins and bright paper are seen on this 
lightly circulated Colonial note. Several contemporary 
endorsements are found on the verso. 

Est. $200-$300 

13035 NC-142. North Carolina. December 1771. 3 Pounds. Very 
Fine Net. Tears. No. 380. MAGNA CHARTA scroll in frame 
at lower left. Full borders. Edge tears at top. Close inspection 
is encouraged. No returns will be accepted on this lot for any 
reason. 

Est. $75-$100 


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13036 NC-143 North Carolina. December, 1771. 5 Pounds. 
PCGS Extremely Fine 45. No. 1769. Uniface with four 
signatures. Amply margined and well inked. This note 
displays only the lightest signs of circulation. 

Est. $200-$300 

13037 NC-143. North Carolina. December 1771. 5 Pounds. 
PCGS Extremely Fine 40. No. 208. Moderate circulation is 
observed. 

Est. $150-$200 

13038 NC-143. North Carolina. December 1771. 5 Pounds. 
PMG Very Fine 25. No. 1357. Large format proclamation 
note. Round frame with flags, cannons and drum at lower 
left. Ample margins and even circulation observed. 

Est. $100-$150 

13039 PA-95. Pennsylvania. May 20, 1758. 15 Shillings. 
PCGS Apparent Fine 15, Center Split Repaired; Edges 
Reinforced. No. 28037. Plate A. Triple signed. Well printed 
with still strong design elements. Important imprint 
PRINTED BY B. FRANKLIN, AND D. HALL, 1758 on 
back. A popular and historic issue of notes printed by Ben 
Franklin. Horizontal split reinforced at edges. Still decent 
overall appearance. 

Est. $300-$400 

13040 PA-168. Pennsylvania. October 1, 1773. 15 Shillings. Very 
Fine. No. 25809. An evenly circulated red and black printed 
Pennsylvania note. 

Est. $75-$100 

13041 PA-191. Pennsylvania. October 25, 1775. 15 Shillings. 
Fine Net. Missing Corner Tip, Cut. No. 4907. Nice penned 
signatures. The bottom right corner tip is absent. There is 
a slice into the design at lower right. Close inspection is 
encouraged. No returns will be accepted on this lot for any 
reason. 

Est. $75-$100 

13042 PA-220a. Pennsylvania. April 10, 1777. 20 Shillings. 
About Uncirculated. Previously Mounted. No. 10235. 
Darkly printed and well signed 20 Shillings produced by 
John Dunlap. Minor mounting remnants are seen on the 
back. 

Est. $150-$250 

13043 Lot of (4) Pennsylvania Colonial Notes. Very Good to 
Very Fine. Four Pennsylvania Colonials. The flrst: April 
3, 1772 1 Shilling, Very Good Net, splits, hinge repairs. 
Second: October 5, 1773 15 Shillings, Very Fine, hinged, 
minor stain. Third: December 8, 1775 30 Shillings, Very 
Fine, small splits, hinged. Fourth: April 10, 1777 4 Pence, 
Very Fine, hinged. Close inspection is strongly suggested. 
No returns will be accepted on this lot for any reason. 

Est. $200-$300 

13044 RI-282. Rhode Island. July 2, 1780. $1. Choice About 
Uncirculated. Remainder. No. 394. Missing the back 
signature to be fully issued, this note is just a corner tip fold 
away from a full Uncirculated grade. 

Est. $100-$150 



13045 RI-284 Rhode Island. July 2, 1780. $3. PCGS Choice New 

63 PPQ. No. 1747. Imprint of Hall and Sellers. A fully 
issued $3 that is bright and crisp with boldly printed design 
elements. Good color is seen in the black and red printed 
back. 

Est. $300-$400 

13046 RI-285 Rhode Island. July 2, 1780. $4. PCGS Choice 
About New 58. No. 1436. Imprint of Hall and Sellers on 
back. Excellent margins are found on this twice signed 
remainder which lacks the signature on the back which 
would have made this note legal tender. 

Est. $300-$400 


13047 RI-285 Rhode Island. July 2, 1780. $4. PCGS Choice 
About New 55. No. 332. Imprint of Hall and Sellers on 
back. Fully framed with three oversized margins. This note 
is a remainder, lacking the back signature needed to be legal 
tender. A small bit of toning is seen in the top right corner. 

Est. $250-$350 

13048 RI-287 Rhode Island. July 2, 1780. $7. PCGS Choice 
About New 58. No. 1436. Imprint of Hall and Sellers on 
back. Sheet mate to the $4 note just offered. This example 
is fully margined and well printed. Again, a remainder that 
lacks the back signature needed for issuing. 

Est. $300-$400 

13049 RI-289 Rhode Island. July 2, 1780. $20. PCGS Choice 
New 63 PPQ. No. 2121. Imprint of Hall and Sellers on back. 
Fully issued and well embossed. This crisp 1780 $20 is nicely 
cut with good color and bold signatures. A choice example 
for the grade. 

Est. $300-$500 

1 3050 RI-290. Rhode Island. May 1 786. 6 Pence. PCGS Apparent 
Gem New 65. Edge Tear. No. 6891. A darkly printed and 
well embossed note with large margins. A well concealed 
tear in the top margin is cause for the Apparent grade. 

Est. $200-$300 

13051 RI-291. Rhode Island. May 1786. 9 Pence. Uncirculated 
Net. Trimmed, Stains. No. 11815. Well embossed and crisp. 
This note has been trimmed in a curved manner along the 
bottom. Minor stains are also noticed. 

Est. $75-$100 



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13052 RI-292. Rhode Island. May 1786. 1 Shilling. About 
Uncirculated Net. Tears. No. 11114. Broad margins and 
bright paper are found on this 1 Shilling note. A tear in 
the left margin and a small internal tear are seen. Close 
inspection is encouraged. No returns will be accepted on 
this lot for any reason. 

Est. $150-$200 



13053 Rl-293. Rhode Island. May 1786. 2 Shillings & 6 Pence. 
PCGS Gem New 66. No. 7807. Signatures of Allen and 
Knight. Pronounced embossing punches through the 
creamy paper of this massively margined Rhode Island 
Colonial. A wonderfully fresh example which appears 
Superb. Whatever prevented this gorgeous Gem from 
receiving the PPQ designation from the grading service is 
unknown to us. 

Est. $300-$500 

13054 RI-294. Rhode Island. May 1786. 3 Shillings. Choice 
Uncirculated. Minor Mounting Remnants. No. 7775. 
A crisp and well embossed note. Very minor mounting 
remnants found in a back corner. 

Est. $125-$175 

13055 SC- 133 South Carolina. October 19, 1776. $8. PCGS 
Apparent Very Fine 20, Small Edge Nick. No. 1230. No 
imprint. Value of 8 Dollars or 13 Pounds. Motto IMPAVIDE 
meaning “fearless” in emblem at bottom right. Small piece 
absent from top left edge. 

Est. $250-$350 



13056 SC- 140. South Carolina. December 23, 1776. $6. 
Extremely Fine. Stains. No. 1023. A scarce South Carolina 
note which experienced just light circulation. Some stains 
are observed face and back. 

Est. $300-$400 


13057 SC- 145 South Carolina. April 10, 1778. 2 Shillings and 
6 Pence. PCGS Apparent Extremely Fine 45, Minor Ink 
Erosion. No. 9466. Uniface. No imprint. Two cornucopias 
in emblem at bottom right. Large margins and boldly 
printed inks are found on this lightly circulated note. There 
is some ink burn noticed in the signatures. 

Est. $200-$300 

13058 SC- 146 South Carolina. April 10, 1778. 3 Shillings and 
9 Pence. PCGS About New 53 PPQ. No. 9466. Uniface. 
No imprint. Otter in emblem at bottom right. Well printed 
in full detail with bold black inks. Large margins and crisp, 
problem free paper. A pleasing nearly New note. 

Est. $300-$400 



13059 SC-147 South Carolina. April 10, 1778. 5 Shillings. 
PCGS Extremely Fine 45 PPQ. No. 9466. Uniface. No 
imprint. Young eagle in emblem at bottom right. A bright 
well margined note with just three light folds observed. 
Signatures and printed inks remain bold. 

Est. $250-$350 

13060 SC- 149 South Carolina. April 10, 1778. 10 Shillings. 
PCGS About New 50 PPQ. No. 9466. Uniface. No imprint. 
Palmetto tree with naval battle in background in emblem 
at bottom right. Excellent print quality and bright paper. 
Nicely centered with full margins. A quality About New 
note. 

Est. $300-$400 

13061 SC- 149. South Carolina. April 10, 1778. 10 Shillings. PMG 
Extremely Fine 40 Net. Missing Corner. South Carolina’s 
iconic symbol, the palmetto tree, is found in the emblem at 
bottom right of this 10 Shillings note. A colonial fortress is 
in the background. The bottom right corner is absent on this 
piece. 

Est. $100-$150 

13062 SC- 154. South Carolina. February 8, 1779. $50. PCGS 
Apparent Very Fine 25. Edge Damage. No. 1354. Scarce 
South Carolina issue. Fascinating depiction of Atlas bearing 
stone on the back. Edge damage, particularly at top and 
bottom center observed. 

Est. $250-$350 

13063 VA-78a. Virginia. July 17, 1775. 2 Pounds. Very Good- 
Fine Net. Repaired. The printed inks remain bold on this 
1775 Virginia note. There split and edge repairs observed 
but overall a decent appearance. 

Est. $75-$125 

13064 VA-1 1 1. Virginia. October 7, 1776. $15. Very Fine. Minor 
Stains. No. 5265. Virtus stands on the throat of Tyranny 
at left. Motto below “SIC SEMPER TYRANNUS” meaning 
“Thus always to tyrants.” Minor stains at top edge. 

Est. $100-$150 

13065 VA-221. Virginia. March 1, 1781. $500. PCGS Apparent 
Very Fine 35. Corner Missing. No. 957. Overall bright 
and darkly inked. The top right corner is missing on this 
example. 

Est. $100-$150 


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13066 Coloniars N Style: Lot of (3) Colonial Notes from New 
Jersey, New York and North Carolina. Fine to Very Fine. 

Three notes Colonial notes brought to you by the letter 
N. First: New Jersey March 25, 1776 18 Pence, Very Fine, 
hinged. Second: New York March 5, 1776 $1/2, Fine Net, 
piece missing at right, hinge repairs. Third: North Carolina 
May 15, 1779 $20, Very Fine, corner damage, hinged. Close 
inspection is strongly suggested. No returns will be accepted 
on this lot for any reason. 

Est. $200-$300 

13067 Lot of (10) Continental Currency Notes. Various 
Denominations. Very Good to About Uncirculated. A 

useful lot of notes of different denominations and issue 
dates. Two Fugio notes are included. All notes are hinged. 
Some notes with other impairments like repairs or minor 
edge damage. Some notes are still quite decent. Close 
inspection is encouraged. No returns will be accepted on 
this lot for any reason. 

Est. $500-$800 

Continental Currency 



13068 CC-12 Continental Currency. November 29, 1775. $2. 
PCGS Extremely Fine 45. No. 63173. Imprint of Hall and 
Sellers on back. Lightly circulated and very well centered. 
This is a handsome 1775 $2 note with darkly printed inks 
and strong signatures. 

Est. $400-$600 

13069 CC-21. Continental Currency. February 17, 1776. $1/2. 
Fine. Stains. Either a remainder that escaped being signed 
and numbered or a note whose penned issuing inks have 
totally faded from view. The design elements are strong. 
Stain seen near center and on back. Close inspection is 
encouraged. No returns will be accepted on this lot for any 
reason. 

Est. $125-$175 

13070 CC-70CFT. Continental Congress. May 20, 1777. First 
United States Issue. Lot of (2) $30 Contemporary 
Counterfeits. 

Pair of notes, both apparently printed from the same Tory 
plate, but different signature combinations. This counterfeit 
appears to be narrower than the genuine. Lettering 
diagnostic is in the motto as last S touches the circle (genuine 
has space). Both penned ‘Counterfeit’ and ‘X’ across. The 
back of one with penned ‘John Hancock’. Both Very Fine. 
Paper mounting remnants on one. Excellent study pairing 
from the Boyd core collection. 

Est. $375-$475 

13071 CC-82. Continental Currency. September 26, 1778. $20. 
About Uncirculated. Minor Stains. No. 93168. Just light 
traces circulation is found on this full bordered $20. Minor 
stains are noted. 

Est. $150-$250 


13072 CC-85. Continental Currency. September 26, 1778. $50. 
Very Fine. No. 118928. Even circulation is noticed on this 
full bordered Fifty. 

Est. $150-$200 

13073 CC-88 Continental Currency. January 14, 1779. $2. PCGS 
Choice About New 55. No. 69583. Imprint of Hall and 
Sellers on back. Excellent centering with four wide margins, 
this nearly uncirculated note has good color and clean paper 
surfaces. 

Est. $400-$600 

13074 CC-102. Continental Currency. January 14, 1779. $80. 
Very Fine. Minor Split. No. 130705. Red and black note 
printed by Hall and Sellers. A small split is observed at top 
center. 

Est. $150-$200 

Obsolete Notes 


13075 East Haddam, Connecticut. Bank of New England at 
Goodspeed’s Landing (ND) Uncut Sheet of $l-$l-$2-$5 
Choice Uncirculated. Printed in black by ABNCo with 
green protectors. The $1 and $2 design features the same 
vignette of a sidewheel steam boat. A ship building vignette 
is seen on the $5. Minor handling is observed. 

Est. $150-$250 

13076 East Haddam, Connecticut. Bank of New England. ND 
(18xx). $1. PCGS Very Choice New 64 PPQ. Remainder. 

Lovely detail throughout on this frequented design type. 

Est. $60-$80 

13077 New Haven, Connecticut. City Bank of New Haven. ND 
(18xx). $5. PCGS Very Choice New 64 PPQ. Remainder. 

These remainders are appealing ways to represent the design 
type at a low cost. 

Est. $100-$125 



13078 New Haven, Connecticut. Elm City Bank. ND (18xx). $5. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (CT-275 G8) American Bank 
Note Company, New York. Jocelyn, Draper, Welsh & Co. 
India paper only. Back proof on India paper included. (2) 
notes total. Top center, steam ship. Left, eagle. Right, Women 
standing. A nice overall proof which originally came from 
the ABNC sale in 1990. Couple of corner folds are seen on 
both notes. 

Est. $600-$900 

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13079 Stonington, Connecticut. Stonington Bank. ND (18xx). 
$1. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. Remainder. A lovely 
red tint on this Stonington One Dollar design. 

Est. $200-$300 



13080 Stonington, Connecticut. Stonington Bank. ND (18XX). 
$10. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. (CT415 G48b) 
Rawdon, Wright, Hatch & Edson New York. An ever 
popular whaling vignette is displayed in the top left portion 
of this $10 remainder. Full margins frame this crisp note 
which displays vibrant red TEN protectors in the bottom 
left and right. 

Est. $200-$300 

13081 West Winsted, Connecticut. Hurlbut Bank. ND (18xx). 
$1. Uncirculated. Proof. (CT-465 G465 G18). Baldwin, 
Adams & Co. India paper mounted on original card. Upper 
left, herd of running horses. Lower right, male portrait. This 
style encountered readily due to proofs from the 1990 ABN 
Sale. Some tears a the lower left are observed along with 
indentations at the upper right. Stamped on the back of the 
card by the ABN. 

Est. $300-$500 



13082 Wilmington, Delaware. Bank of Delaware. ND (18xx). 
$10. Uncirculated. Proof. (DE-70 G124). Danforth, Bald 
& Co. Philadelphia & New York. India paper mounted on 
card. Center, women with bundle of wheat. Lower Left, men 
with rakes and small dog. Lovely design and layout. A well 
preserved proof. 

Est. $500-$700 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13083 Tallahassee, Florida. State of Florida. March 1, 1863. 
$5. PMG Very Fine 30 Net. Minor Ink Burn. (Cr. 16) A 
broadly margined and boldly printed 1863 state issued Five. 
This note displays only light circulation. The ink burn is 
quite minor and seen in the Treasurer s signature. 

Est. $300-$400 

13084 Tallahassee, Florida. State of Florida. March 1, 1863. 
$3. PMG Very Fine 25 Net. Annotations, Previously 
Mounted. (Cr. 17) Keatinge & Ball Columbia, SC. Large 
naval ship at sea in vignette at center. Ornate design left 
with elk and THREE. State Seal of Florida top left. Ornate 
3 in die top right. Below, Saint Catherine of Alexandria in 
large vignette. Red 3-3 and THREE protector centered. Fully 
margined and evenly circulated. This Three retains great 
color in the protector. Minor hinge remnant on back along 
with penciled annotations. 

Est. $300-$400 

13085 Tallahassee, Florida. State of Florida. March 1, 1863. $2. 
PMG Very Fine 20 Net. Ink Burn, Stain. (Cr. 18) Keatinge 
& Ball Columbia, SC. Large vignette with steam powered 
train at center. Ceres at bottom left. State Seal of Florida top 
left. Ornate die with 2 in top right. Native American girl in 
oval below. Bold red TWO protector. A well printed and 
darkly inked Deuce. Full margins noted. A minor stain is 
in the bottom right margin. Minor ink burn in Treasurer 
signature. 

Est. $250-$450 

13086 Tallahassee, Florida. State of Florida. March 1, 1863. $1. 
PMG Choice Fine 15. (Cr. 19) An evenly circulated State of 
Florida note with bold red protectors. Slaves work a cotton 
field at center. A young child is seen at bottom left. The state 
seal of Florida is found at top left. 

Est. $200-$300 



13087 Tallahassee, Florida. State of Florida. March 1, 1864. 
$5. PMG Very Fine 25 Net. Minor Rust. (Cr. 34) Even 
circulation is observed on this later State of Florida $5. The 
minor rust mentioned by the grading service is incredibly 
minor and hardly worth noting. A few specs are noticed on 
the back at left. 

Est. $200-$300 


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1 3088 Tallahassee, Florida. State of Florida. January 1 , 1 864. $ 1 . 
PMG Extremely Fine 40. (Cr. 41) Keatinge & Ball Columbia, 
SC. Cotton field scene at center with salve carrying cotton. 
Portrait of Rev. Alfred Elwyn as a child at bottom left. State 
Seal of Florida at top left. Right end intricate dies with ONE, 
1 and ONE top to bottom. Red protectors 1-1 and ONE 
centered. A fully framed and lightly circulated state note 
printed on “W.T. & Co.” watermarked paper. 

Est. $300-$500 



13089 Columbus, Georgia. Bank of Columbus. January 10, 
1858. $1. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (GA- 105 GlOc) 
Bald, Cousland & Co. New York & Philadelphia. India 
paper on card. Full orange lace tint. Center, man on horse 
and carriage hauling bundles of hay. Left, portrait of young 
boy. Right, women seated. One of the few that came out of 
the ABNC sale. A near Gem example. 

Est. $400-$600 

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13090 Columbus, Georgia. Bank of Columbus. January 10, 1858. 
$2. Uncirculated. Proof. (GA-105 G20a) Bald. Cousland 
& Co. New York & Philadelphia. India paper mounted on 
original card. Full orange lace tinting across note, white 
outlined large 2 s. Center, steam boat in river with train seen 
traveling in background. A lovely colorful example. 

Est. $500-$700 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 

13091 Savannah, Georgia. Merchants and Planters Bank. June 1 , 
1859. $1. PCGS Choice New 63 PPQ. Original paper and 
lovely detail throughout on this State of Georgia note. 

Est. $150-$250 

13092 Savannah, Georgia. State of Georgia. January 15, 1865. 
$5. PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. An outstandingly well 
preserved example of this State note with lovely manuscript 
details. 

Est. $300-$500 


13093 Lot of (3) Colored Georgia Obsolete Bank Notes. Very 
Fine. Three nice Georgia obsolete notes with color are 
offered here. First, a $20 on the Augusta Insurance and 
Banking Company Very Fine, hinged. Second is a $5 from 
the Athens Branch of the Bank of the State of Georgia, Very 
Fine, previously mounted. Last is a scarce $20 also from the 
Athens Branch of the Bank of the State of Georgia, Very 
Fine, previously mounted. 

Est. $200-$300 

13094 Lot of (5) Georgia Obsolete Bank Notes. Fine to Very 
Fine. A gorgeous colored $100 from the Augusta Insurance 
and Banking Company is featured in this lot along with 
notes from the Bank of Athens, Augusta Savings Bank and 
the Bank of Fulton. All notes are hinged, some display minor 
rust or repairs. 

Est. $250-$350 

13095 Lot of (6) Georgia Obsolete Notes from Augusta. Very 
Good-Fine to Very Fine. The hometown of The Masters 
Tournament is well represented in this group lot of Georgia 
notes all hailing from Augusta. All notes are from the 
Augusta Insurance & Banking Company or the Mechanics 
Bank. Denominations from $1 to $50. Each note is hinged 
and/or displays another minor impairment like rust or 
stains. Personal inspection is strongly encouraged. No 
returns will be accepted for any reason. 

Est. $175-$225 

13096 Lot of (8) Georgia Obsolete Bank Notes. Very Good-Fine 
to About Uncirculated. A selection of notes from the Peach 
State from these issuers: Bank of Augusta, Augusta Insurance 
& Banking Company Merchants and Planters Bank and the 
State of Georgia. $2, $4, $5, $10 and $20 denominations 
present. A few notes with some impairments. All notes 
hinged. Personal inspection is strongly encouraged. No 
returns will be accepted for any reason. 

Est. $200-$300 



13097 Springfield, Illinois. State Bank of Illinois. February 10, 
1843. $10. Extremely Fine. Remainder. (IL-775 UNL) 
Hammond & Co. St. Louis MO. Top, women seated. Right, 
women seated. Left, steam ship. This note is unlisted in 
Haxby Has large tear bottom left. Tape on back which has 
become translucent. 

Est. $400-$600 

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13098 New Albany, Indiana. Southern Bank. March 1, 1859. $1. 
Choice Very Fine. (Haxby IN-470 G2) W.L. Orinsby New 
York. Man with horse, dog and chickens on farm at center. 
Man in hay field with sickle in oval at lower left. Man and 
woman work in field in oval at lower right. ONE overlapping 
1 in die counters in top corners. A scarce remainder from 
this Indiana bank. Choice paper for the grade. 

Est. $200-$300 



13099 New Albany, Indiana. Southern Bank. March 1, 1859. $2. 
Very Fine. (Haxby IN-470 G4) W.L. Orinsby New York. 
Man and woman gather hay in field at center. Man with 
hammer in oval at lower left. Woman seated in oval at lower 
right. TWO overlapping 2 in die counters in top corners. 
Fully margined example of this $2 remainder they we have 
rarely seen offered. 

Est. $200-$300 



13100 New Albany, Indiana. Southern Bank. March 1, 1859. $5. 
Very Fine. (Haxby IN-470 G6) W.L. Orinsby New York. 
Native American family ponders “modern” farm equipment 
at center. Native American woman in oval at lower left. 
Paddle wheel river boat in oval at lower right. Ornate die 
counters with 5s top left and right. Another rarely seen 
remainder from this southern Indiana bank. New Albany is 
just outside Louisville, Kentucky. 

Est. $250-$350 


13101 New Albany, Indiana. Southern Bank. March 1 , 1 859. $ 1 0. 
Very Fine. (Haxby IN-470 G8) W.L. Orinsby New York. 
Charming train vignette with mountains in the background. 
Justice in oval at lower left. Native American family in oval 
at lower right. 10 in ornate die counters top left and right. 
The last example to complete the untinted denomination set 
for this bank. A crispy well printed remainder. 

Est. $250-$350 



13102 Lyons City, Iowa. Treasurer of Lyons City. 1858. $1 & 
$5. Very Fine. Lot of (2). Two boldly printed and fully 
issued notes from this scarce Iowa issuer. Minor mounting 
remnants on back. 

Est. $200-$300 

13103 Uncut Sheet (3) New Orleans, Louisiana. Canal Bank. ND 
(18xx). $20-$20-$20-$20. Uncirculated. Rawdon, Wright, 
Hatch & Edson, New Orleans & New York. An appealing 
sheet of these $20 remainders with only a few minor spot 
stains and large sheet selvage. 

Est. $125-$175 

13104 New Orleans, Louisiana. Citizens’ Bank of Louisiana. 
(ND) Uncut Sheet of $l-$l-$2-$3. About Uncirculated. 
Small margin tears. Sheet of four notes with great vignettes 
produced by the ABNCo. Bright paper with some minor 
handling. Small tears and some foxing in the far top margin. 
Does not approach the notes. 

Est. $125-$175 

13105 New Orleans, Louisiana. Citizens’ Bank of Louisiana. 
(ND) Uncut Sheet of $100-$100-$100-$100. Choice 
Uncirculated. Attractive sheet of bilingual $100s with 
French and English promises to pay. Light red under print 
on face. Very ornate burgundy back print. Selvage trimmed 
just a smidge at left and right. 

Est. $200-$300 

13106 Shreveport, Louisiana. Citizens’ Bank of Louisiana. (ND) 
Uncut Sheet of $50-$50-$50-$50. Uncirculated. Attractive 
sheet of ABNCo produced Fifties. Black and green, great 
vignettes. Selvage trimmed down just a touch at left and 
right. Light stain in bottom selvage. 

Est. $200-$300 


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13107 Baltimore, Maryland. Franklin Bank of Baltimore. ND 
(18xx). $10. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MD-75 G92) C. 
Toppan & Co., Philadelphia. India paper mounted to card. 
Woman seated upper left and right flanking male portrait 
center. Steam boats left and right. Justice lower center in 
circular frame. Exceptional quality throughout. 

Est. $400-$600 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 

13108 Cumberland, Maryland. Chesapeake and Ohio Canal 
Company. May 1, 1838. 12 1/2 Cents. Extremely Fine. 

Murphy & Spalding, Baltimore. “Twelve and a Half Cents” 
in panel at left. Contemporary farm equipment at center. 
Ben Franklin in oval right of center. Right end Franklin 
in oval with ornate die panel. Unsigned remainder. More 
handling rather than any circulation. Crisp, bright paper. 
Likely R-7. 

Est. $150-$250 

13109 Elkton, Maryland. Farmers & Merchants Bank of Cecil 
County. 1863. $2 & $3. Fine. Lot of (2). A pair of scarce 
issued ABNCo produced color notes on this Maryland bank. 
Both notes are hinged. The $2 also shows some annotations 
on the back. Close inspection is encouraged. No returns will 
be accepted on this lot for any reason. 

Est. $125-$175 

13110 Lot of (7) Maryland Obsolete Notes. Good to 
Uncirculated. Banks included in this lot are the Hagerstown 
Bank, Valley Bank, Somerset and Worcester Savings Bank, 
Allegany County Bank, Frederick Town Branch Bank and 
Morris County Banking Company. Denominations include 
$3, $5 and $10. Each note is hinged while one has a crudely 
replaced corner. Personal inspection is strongly encouraged. 
No returns will be accepted for any reason. 

Est. $300-$400 



13111 Boston, Massachusetts. American Bank. ND (18xx). 
$5. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-95 Unlisted) Terry, 
Pelton & Co. Boston & Providence. India paper only. Man 
seated on rock at center with rifle in hand. Canal vignette 
right. All notes from this issuer are listed as SENC in Haxby. 
Minor foxing and cut outs at the signature panels. Ex. Tom 
Denly Collection. CAA May 2003. Lot 25626. Ex. Smythe 
Schingoethe Part 4, 2005. Lot 3629. 

Est. $500-$700 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13112 Boston, Massachusetts. Continental Bank. October 1, 
18xx. $1. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-160 G2a) 
American Bank Note Company. India paper mounted on 
archive card. Top, horse drinking out of trough which man 
is pumping water into. Green micro -lettered protector grille. 
Green boarding with “one” all around. Commonly seen as 
remainders but this is an actual proof which is rarely seen. 

Est. $500-$700 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13113 Boston, Massachusetts. Continental Bank. October 1, 
18xx. $2. Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-160 G4a) American 
Bank Note Company. India paper mounted on original 
card. Green micro -lettered protector grill. Top title slightly 
arched. Top, horses next to lake with cattle in far background. 
Left, state arms. Right, portrait of George Washington. 
While this note is readily seen in remainder format, proofs 
are genuinely rare. Some slight foxing is noted on the left 
and top portion of the note. 

Est. $700-$900 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13114 Boston, Massachusetts. Continental Bank. October 1, 
18xx. $5. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-160 G8a) 
American Bank Note Company. India paper only. Green 
FIVE protector with “5” over it. Top, sailors at shoreline 
with young boy and dog. Left, state arms. Right, portrait 
of Franklin. Lovely lathe work throughout. Very scarce as a 
proof. 

Est. $600-$800 

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13115 Boston, Massachusetts. Globe Bank of Boston. ND 
(18xx). $1. Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-210 GIO SENG) 
New England Bank Note Co. Boston. Perkins Stereotype 
Steel Plate. India paper mounted on archival card. Title at 
top. Some paper damage is noted at left cancellations. Also, 
some repairs at bottom right. 

Est. $400-$600 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13116 Boston, Massachusetts. Globe Bank of Boston. ND 
(18xx). $3. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-210 G30) 
New England Bank Note Co. Boston. Perkins Stereotype 
Steel Plate. India paper mounted on archival card. Title at 
top. Some paper damage is noted a right margin. 

Est. $500-$700 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13117 Boston, Massachusetts. Globe Bank of Boston. ND 
(18xx). $5. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-210 G40) 
New England Bank Note Co. Boston. Perkins Stereotype 
Steel Plate. India paper only. Title at top. Lower left corner is 
missing and some wrinkling is noticed throughout the note. 

Est. $300-$500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13118 Boston, Massachusetts. Globe Bank of Boston. ND ( 1 8xx) . 
$10. Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-210 G50) New England 
Bank Note Co. Boston. Perkins Stereotype Steel Plate. India 
paper mounted on archival card. Title at top. Some paper 
damage and staining is noted near cancellations. 

Est. $500-$700 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13119 Boston, Massachusetts. Manufacturers and Mechanics 
Bank. ND (18xx). $1. Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-260 G24) 
Reed. India paper only. Coastal scene top center with ship 
left, buildings right and Indian with bow (State Arms) in 
oval frame at center. Typical Reed styling with ornate left and 
right ends. Some paper thins at left margin but otherwise 
choice. 

Est. $500-$700 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13120 Boston, Massachusetts. Manufacturers & Mechanics 
Bank. ND (18xx). $3. Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-260 
G48) Reed. India paper only. State arms in shield leaning 
on barrel with ships and mills at right. A lovely match to 
the other denominations of this appealing Reed series and 
noticed with only some mounting remnants along the edges 
of the back. 

Est. $600-$800 

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13121 Boston, Massachusetts. Manufacturers and Mechanics 
Bank. ND (18xx). $10. Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-260 
G68) Reed. India paper only. Woman with sword at top 
center reclining on oval framed State Seal, top sail schooner 
left and mill right. Stylized title and obligation. Mounting 
remnants at left and right. 

Est. $500-$700 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 




13125 Boston, Massachusetts. Suffolk Bank. ND (18xx). $5. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-370 G81) Reed. India 
paper only. Sailing ships at center with shoreline and 
lighthouse in background. Arched “FIVE” outlined in 
clouds. Always appealing styling at left and right on these 
Reed types. Some mounting remnants and light staining are 
noticed. 

Est. $600-$800 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13122 Boston, Massachusetts. Manufacturers and Mechanics 
Bank. ND (18xx). $20. Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-260 
G84) Reed. India paper only. Woman seated with sword 
with arm over State Seal in shield, mill to left and ship at 
right. Classic reed styling with ornate cigar label left and 
right ends. Mounting remnants at the left and right margins. 

Est. $600-$800 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13123 Boston, Massachusetts. Manufacturers and Mechanics 
Bank. ND (18xx). $100. Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-260 
G92) Reed. India paper mounted to card. Justice seated 
top center with arm over State Seal in oval. Ship at left and 
mill right. Appealing Gothic text throughout. Payable to G. 
Washington at center. Lower left corner replaced with design 
redrawn. A few margin distractions and pen cancels at the 
signature panels. Ex. Smythe Schingoethe Part 6, 2006. Lot 
2521. 

Est. $600-$800 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 

13124 Boston, Massachusetts. Mount Pleasant Apothecary Store. 
January 1, 1863. 20 Cents. Choice About Uncirculated. L. 

Prang & Co. Engravers. Hand signed with detailed vignette 
of house at upper left. 

Est. $20-$30 


13126 Boston, Massachusetts. Suffolk Bank. ND (18xx). $10. 
Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-370 G104) Reed. India paper 
only. Commerce top center seated near box with “10.” 
Ships and mills in back ground. Gothic text and seen with 
appealing left and right ends. The first of an appealing higher 
denomination group we are offering. Mounting remnants 
are observed. 

Est. $500-$700 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13127 Boston, Massachusetts. Suffolk Bank. ND (18xx). $20. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-370 G124) Reed. India 
paper only. Justice seated at center with ships and town in 
back ground. Shield with “20” in foreground. Typical Gothis 
text with ornate counters and left and right ends. Just hints 
of mounting. Ex. Smythe Schingoethe Part 8, 2006. Lot 
2808. 

Est. $500-$700 

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13128 Boston, Massachusetts. Suffolk Bank. ND (18xx). Post 
Note. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-370 G190) Abner, 
Reed. India paper only. Without denomination. Justice 
standing at center, blindfolded with sword and scales. A 
seldom seen type that was meant to be filled in. Sensational 
quality. Ex. Smythe Schingoethe Part 5, 2005. Lot 2717. 

Est. $700-$900 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 

13129 Lot of (3) 1830s Boston, Massachusetts Obsolete Bank 
Notes. Very Fine. A trio of Beantown obsolete notes from 
the 1830s. The first, a $10 from the Eranklin Bank. Second, 
a $100 also from the Eranklin Bank, minor damage to top 
left corner. Last is a $5 from the Lafayette Bank. All are Very 
Eine and have minor signs of previous mounting. Close 
inspection is encouraged. No returns will be accepted on 
this lot for any reason. 

Est. $200-$300 



13130 East Bridgewater, Massachusetts. East Bridgewater 
Bank. ND (18xx). $20. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA- 
545 G18) Terry, Pelton & Co., Boston & Providence. India 
paper only. Indian at center standing over felled game with 
hunting dog. Boat in canal at left, farmer with sheaf and 
horse plow right. Mounting remnants at verso and repaired 
and replaced lower left and right corners respectively. Ex. 
Smythe Schingoethe Part 13, 2007. Lot 299. 

Est. $600-$800 

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13131 Lynn, Massachusetts. Lynn Mechanics’ Bank. November 
1, 1816. $1. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-785 G260) 
No imprint. India paper only. Simple design styling with 
cigar label styling at left and right. Obligation text as 
follows, “To the Cashier of the Phoenix Bank at Hartford 
Con., Pay to John Brooks or bearer on demand ONE Dollar, 
on account of the President, Directors & Company of the, 
Lynn Mechanics Bank.” Some light staining is observed and 
residual ink from counters of a Three Dollar denomination 
at back. 


Est. $500-$700 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13132 Methuen, Massachusetts. Spicket Falls Bank. October 
1, 1853. $1. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-815 G2) 
Baldwin, Adams & Co., New York. India paper only. Mill 
top center along river, lower left arm with hammer. Daniel 
Webster lower right. Terrific quality overall. Archival stamp 
with show through. 

Est. $800-$1200 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13133 Methuen, Massachusetts. Spicket Falls Bank. October 
1, 1853. $5. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-815 G8a 
SENC) Baldwin, Adams & Co., New York. India paper 
only, red “EIVE” protector lower center. Cobbling shoes at 
top center. Dog laying down lower right. Pedigreed to the 
Wismer collection with the characteristic back side hinges 
in evidence. 

Est. $800-$1200 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 


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13134 New Bedford, Massachusetts. Bedford Commercial 
Bank. ND (18xx). $5. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA- 
880 G24) Leney & Rollinson. India paper only. Haxby plate 
note. Commerce seated at center with ship behind. Striking 
printing with three dimensional lathe styling. Back hinge 
repairs. Ex Smythe Schingoethe Part 6, 2006. Lot 2527. 

Est. $600-$800 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13135 North Adams, Massachusetts. Adams Bank. ND (18xx). 
$20. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-935 Unlisted 
series). Baldwin, Bald, & Cousland/Bald, Cousland & Co. 
India paper on card. Pull red tint with large outlined white 
X X. Top center, custom vignette of mill for the series. Lower 
left. Justice. Lower right, women work looms. Discovery 
series in the ABN and top quality example. Stamped on the 
back by the American Banknote Company. 

Est. $500-$700 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13136 North Adams, Massachusetts. Adams Bank. ND (18xx). 
$50. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-935 Unlisted series). 
Baldwin, Bald & Cousland, New York/Bald, Cousland & Co. 
Phila. India paper on card. Pull red tint with white outlined 
50. Top center, supported arms. Stamped on the back by the 
ABN. 

Est. $600-$800 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 


13137 Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Agricultural Bank. ND (18xx). 
$1. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-975 G4) Reed. India 
paper only. Woman feeding livestock top center. Ornate left 
and right ends. Typical even tone to paper with mounting 
remnants and pinhole. 

Est. $300-$500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13138 Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Agricultural Bank. ND (18xx). 
$5. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-975 G64) Reed. India 
paper only. Man with cattle drawn plow top center with 
farm house behind. Terrific styling with ornate left and right 
ends. Wonderfully embossed ink and only with mounting at 
the left and right ends of the verso mentioned. 

Est. $300-$500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13139 Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Agricultural Bank. ND (18xx). 
$5. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-975 G68 SENC) 
Pairman, Draper, Underwood & Co. India paper mounted 
to card. Plenty sits on barrel top center, Ceres left and 
Justice right. State arms at lower center. A note that shows 
the transitioning in banknote making style with larger and 
more elaborate vignette styling utilized. Terrific quality with 
large lower margin. Ex Smythe Schingoethe Part 8, 2006. 
Lot 2825. 

Est. $300-$500 

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13140 Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Agricultural Bank. ND (18xx). 
$10. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-975 G84) Reed. 
India paper only. Man harvesting wheat with sheaf in 
foreground. Some mounting remnants in the margins. 

Est. $300-$500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13141 Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Pittsfield Bank. June 1, 1857. 
$1. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-990 G2c) Bald, 
Cousland & Co., New York & Philadelphia. Wood workers 
lower left and male portrait lower right. Tear at lower center 
punch cancel. Archival stamp at back with heavy show 
through. 

Est. $200-$300 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13142 Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Pittsfield Bank. June 1, 1857. 
$2. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-990 G6c) Bald, 
Cousland & Co., New York & Philadelphia. India paper 
only. Top center, cobbler and family at work. Lower left, 
male portrait. Upper corners, differently styled 2 counters. 
Full light orange tint with outlining of “2” and “TWO” 
protectors. Punch holes seen with some fraying. Archival 
stamp at verso with no show through. 

Est. $300-$400 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13143 Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Pittsfield Bank. June 1, 1853. 
$5. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-990 GIO) Baldwin, 
Adams & Co., New York. India paper mounted to card. 
Large spread eagle stands atop globe at left with state 
flags adjacent. Male portrait lower right. Stunning quality 
throughout. 

Est. $400-$600 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13144 Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Pittsfield Bank. June 1, 1857. 
$5. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-990 G12) Bald, 
Cousland & Co., New York & Philadelphia. India paper 
only. Light orange lathe tint plate, white outlined protector. 
Seated female Agriculture and Industry, 5 V 5 outlined in 
white. Male portrait at upper left. One of a lovely group of 
these color tint notes we are offering on the issuer. 

Est. $300-$500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13145 Provincetown, Massachusetts. Provincetown Bank. 
December 1, 1854. $1. Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-1030 
G2a) Bald, Adams & Co. New York. Bald, Cousland & Co. 
Philadelphia. India paper only. Top center, busy seafaring 
scene with tall ships. Lower right, girl salutes. Well collected 
Cape Cod location and the ABN sale boosted the supply for 
ready collectors. The back stamp is a bit heavier and shows 
through at the center. Some mounting remnants are seen on 
the back top right corner. 

Est. $400-$600 

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13146 Provincetown, Massachusetts. Provincetown Bank. 
December 1, 1854. $2. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (MA- 
1030 G4a). Bald, Adams & Co., New- York/Bald, Cousland 
& Co., Phil. India paper only. Red protector TWO. Except 
for the proofs surfacing in the 1990 ABN sale, a rare Cape 
Cod bank. Ships in the harbor at the top center are very 
appropriate for the issuer. Strong paper and lightly stamped. 

Est. $500-$700 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13147 Provincetown, Massachusetts. Provincetown Bank. ND 
(185x). $3. Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-1030 G6) Bald, 
Adams & Co. New York. Bald, Cousland & Co. Philadelphia. 
India paper only. Left, Men standing with sledge hammer 
and flag. Right, sail ships. Prom the 1990 ABNC sale. Stamp 
on reverse does bleed show through the front. 

Est. $600-$800 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13148 Provincetown, Massachusetts. Provincetown Bank. ND 
(185x). $5. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-1030 G8a). 
Bald, Cousland & Co., Phil. & New- York. India paper only. 
Top left, women with eagle and sword at feet. Several were 
in the ABN sale in 1990, but this is stamped on the back very 
strongly with show through the front. Popular Cape Cod 
location as well. 

Est. $400-$600 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 


13149 Provincetown, Massachusetts. Provincetown Bank. ND 
(1850’s). $10. Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-1030 GIO) Bald, 
Adams & Co. New York. Bald, Cousland & Co. Philadelphia. 
India paper only. Center, sail boats. Left, Liberty. A nice 
example from a readily available bank from a very desirable 
Cape Cod location. Prom the 1990 ABNC sale. 

Est. $400-$600 

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13150 Provincetown, Massachusetts. Provincetown Bank. ND 
(185x). $20. Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-1030 G12). Imprint 
of Bald, Adams & Co., New- York/Bald, Cousland & Co., 
Phil. India paper only. A spectacular rescue scene in the 
center with cannon firing a lifeline to floundering ship. 
Rare portrait of John Quincy Adams lower left. Great paper 
quality, but we note some ABN ink stamp show through. 
Still, high quality of this 1990 ABN sale bank and rare. 

Est. $500-$700 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13151 Quincy, Massachusetts. Mount Wollaston Bank. August 
8, 1853. $1. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-1035 G2 
SENG) Baldwin, Adams & Co. New York. India paper only. 
Center, shoemaker s shop, two men & women working while 
boy stands watching. Prom the ABNC sale in 1990 however 
rarely ever seen. ABN stamp bleeds through slightly. 

Est. $300-$500 

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13152 Quincy, Massachusetts. Mount Wollaston Bank. August 
8, 1853. $2. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-1035 G4 
SENG) Baldwin, Adams & Co. New York. India paper 
only. Center, three stone-cutters at work. Left, portrait of 
J.Q. Adams. Right, view of church. From the ABNC sale in 
1990 however rarely ever seen. ABN stamp bleeds through 
slightly. 

Est. $400-$600 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13153 Quincy, Massachusetts. Mount Wollaston Bank. August 
8, 1853. $50. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-1035 G14 
SENG). Imprint of Baldwin, Adams & Co., New- York. India 
paper only. Top center, train at depot. Lower right, woman 
with sheaf in oval. Short top edge tear that is sealed. Stamped 
on the back by the ABN with some modest show through. 

Est. $400-$600 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13154 Quincy, Massachusetts. Mount Wollaston Bank. August 
8, 1853. $100. About Uncirculated. Proof. (MA-1035 G16 
SENG). Imprint of Baldwin, Adams & Co., New- York. India 
paper only. Top center, wide span eagle with flag. Lower left, 
Indian in oval. The bank was all SENG prior to the ABN. 
Stamped on the back by the ABN with some show through 
at the bottom center. 

Est. $500-$700 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 

13155 Ann Arbor, Michigan. Millers Bank of Washtenaw. ND 
(18xx). $2. PCGS Very Choice New 64 PPQ. Remainder. 

A near Gem example and always a popular Maiden style 
vignette. 

Est. $60-$80 


13156 Marshall, Michigan. Bank of Michigan. ND (18xx). $1. 
PCGS Choice New 63. Remainder. A strong impression 
gives great detail throughout the design. 

Est. $50-$75 

13157 St. Joseph, Michigan. B.C. Hoyt, Banker. 1862. 20 cents. 
PCGS About New 55. Remainder. The first of two we are 
offering of this scarce design and seen with brilliant blue 
inks and appealing red “20” protector at center. 

Est. $75-$125 

13158 St. Joseph, Michigan. B.C. Hoyt, Banker. 1862. 50 cents. 
PCGS New 62 PPQ. Remainder. One of two remainder 
notes we are issuing on this appealing blue and red colored 
note. 

Est. $75-$125 

13159 Lot of (6) Michigan Obsolete Bank Notes. Very Fine to 
Choice Uncirculated. Five high grade remainder notes and 
one VF note. Banks represented are Bank of Washtenaw, 
Tecumseh Bank, Bank of Michigan, State Bank of Michigan 
and Bank of Manchester. Denominations of $1, $3 and $5. 
All notes hinged. One note has a backed cut cancel. 

Est. $250-$350 

13160 Bordentown, New Jersey. Bordentown Banking Company. 
June 1, 1855. $1. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. (NJ-35 
G14a) ABNCo. A handsome $1 Remainder from the A plate 
with large margins and great color. The ornate back design is 
fully printed in rose. A charming early steam powered train 
vignette graces the face. 

Est. $200-$300 

13161 Dover, New Jersey. Union Bank. March 10, 1861. Spurious 
$2. Fine- Very Fine. (NJ-110 S5) An evenly circulated 
example of this spurious Deuce. 

Est. $100-$150 

13162 New Brunswick, New Jersey. State Bank of New Brunswick. 
(ND) Uncut Sheet of $1-$1-$1-$1. About Uncirculated. 

Ornate design by National Bank Note Company Printed 
in black and green. Red stamped serial numbers. Very 
Federal in appearance. Large shield with oversized scalloped 
counters at left and right in green on back. Light handling. 
Minor edge chipping near bottom. 

Est. $150-$250 

13163 Paterson, New Jersey. Bank of Paterson. Lot of (3) 
Notes. $6, $7 & $8. Choice About Uncirculated to 
Choice Uncirculated. Remainders. A trio of popular 
odd-denomination remainders from this New Jersey bank. 
Each note displays evidence of previous mounting. Close 
inspection is encouraged. No returns will be accepted on 
this lot for any reason. 

Est. $250-$350 

13164 Tom’s River, New Jersey. Bank of Ocean County. ND 
(18xx). $2. Good. (NJ-515 G4a) American Bank Note Co. 
New York. Part of an scarce group we are offering on this 
issuer. Shown with “PAID” perforations. Missing upper left 
corner and edge damage. Green back design. 

Est. $100-$150 

13165 Lot of (2) Tom’s River, New Jersey. Bank of Ocean County. 
ND (18xx). $1. Fair. A pair of these quite scarce Toms River 
notes with one showing “PAID” perforation and the other 
without. Both show with edge damage and some missing 
pieces. 

Est. $60-$90 


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13166 Lot of ( 1 2) New Jersey Obsolete Currency Notes. Good to 
Very Fine. Twelve very useful notes from the Garden State. 
Some issuers seen are Morris Canal and Banking Company, 
Commercial Bank of New Jersey and Egg Harbor Bank 
among others. Most notes hinged or display other issues. 
Personal inspection is strongly encouraged. No returns will 
be accepted for any reason. 

Est. $400-$600 

13167 Lot of (5) New Jersey Colored Obsolete Notes. Fine to 
About Uncirculated. Two notes from the Merchants’ Bank 
of Trenton, New Jersey, $ 1 and $3. Three notes from the State 
Bank at New Jersey located in New Brunswick, New Jersey, 
$1, $10 and $20. All five notes produced by the ABNCo 
and printed in green and black. Minor mounting remnants 
found on each note. Minor stains and pencil annotations 
also observed. Personal inspection is strongly encouraged. 
No returns will be accepted for any reason. 

Est. $250-$350 

13168 Lot of (6) Early Black and White New Jersey Obsoletes. 
Very Good to About Uncirculated. Six black and white 
New Jersey notes from the 1820s. Include issuers like State 
Bank at Trenton, New Jersey Manufacturing and Banking 
Company and Hoboken Banking and Grazing Company. 
Both issued and remainders in denominations $1, $2 and 
$3. Some with hinge remnants or other minor issues. 
Personal inspection is strongly encouraged. No returns will 
be accepted for any reason. 

Est. $150-$200 



13169 Albany, New York. City of Albany. 50 Cents. April 17, 
1815. Fine. Harris 72. No imprint. “FIFTY CENTS” in left 
and right panels. Large 50 at center. Black print. Rarity 7 in 
Harris. Solid paper for the grade. Minor damage in bottom 
margin. Seen just a few times over the last 10 years or so. 

Est. $200-$400 



13170 Penn Yan, New York. Bank of Bainbridge. September 15, 
1852. $20. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-210 G22) 
Danforth, Bald & Co. New York & Philadelphia. India paper 
only Locomotive upper left with laborers in foreground. 
Male portrait lower right. Seen with some see through from 
an archival stamp at the verso. 

Est. $500-$750 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



13171 Penn Yan, New York. Bank of Bainbridge. September 
15, 1852. $50. About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-210 G24) 
Danforth, Bald & Co. New York & Philadelphia. Dated in 
Penn Yan. One of a pleasing pair we are offering of the Penn 
Yan variety. Farmers at center and male portrait at lower left. 
A very small margin tear at the right, otherwise sensational 
quality Archival stamp at back with show through to the 
face. 

Est. $600-$800 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 

13172 Amsterdam, New York. Bank of Amsterdam. $5. 
November 20, 1860. Fine Net, Corner Damage. Haxby 
NY- 145, A5. A scarce Five altered from the Pioneer 
Association of Lafayette, Indiana. This red tint note features 
large agricultural vignettes. Minor corner damage with 
small pieces absent from top left and bottom left corners. 

Est. $150-$250 

13173 Canajoharie, New York. Spraker Bank. ND (18xx). $1. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 52 5 G2) Baldwin, Adams 
& Co., New York. India paper only Man with sheaf and 
horse behind at center. Lewis Cass lower right, state die 
lower left. Tape repaired tears at left. Archival stamp with 
minor show through. 

Est. $200-$300 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 

13174 Canajoharie, New York. Spraker Bank. ND (18xx). $5. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 52 5 G8) Baldwin, Adams 
& Co., New York. India paper only. Hunter seated on log 
warming hand over fire at left. State die top center and male 
portrait lower right. Repaired tear at portrait and replaced 
upper left corner with design redrawn. Archival stamp with 
show through. 

Est. $200-$300 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 

13175 Canajoharie, New York. Spraker Bank. ND (18xx). $10. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-525 GlOb) Baldwin, 
Adams & Co., New York. India paper only Spread eagle 
clutching flag at center. Male portrait lower left and state die 
lower right. Repaired tear and pieces missing below punch 
cancels. Archival stamp at verso with light show through. 

Est. $200-$300 

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13176 Canandaigua, New York. Bank of Canandaigua. ND 
(18xx). $1. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-530 G2). 
Baldwin, Adams & Co. India paper mounted to card. No 
protector. Top center, Indian family in canoe top center, 
state die at left. A proof type seen illustrated on page 39 of 
Interesting Notes About Indians, by Roger H. Durand. A 
very light tone is seen but not overly intrusive. 

Est. $300-$500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 



13177 Canandaigua, New York. Bank of Canandaigua. ND 
(18xx). $2. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-530 G4). 
Baldwin, Adams & Co. India paper mounted on card. 
Horses running at center. Lovely facing portrait of William 
H. Seward at lower right. Several of these in the 1990 ABN 
sale. Stamped on the verso. Terrific quality throughout. 

Est. $300-$500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 



13178 Canandaigua, New York. Bank of Canandaigua. ND 
(18xx). $5. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-530 G6) 
Baldwin, Adams & Co., New York. India paper on card. 
Woman reclining at center with shoreline aft. Train coming 
down steep grade at left. State die left center. Impressive 
quality on this proof and one of a nice grouping that was 
offered originally in the 1990 ABN sale. Archival stamp at 
verso. 

Est. $300-$500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 


13179 Canandaigua, New York. Bank of Canandaigua. ND 
(18xx). $10. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-530 G8) 
Baldwin, Adams & Co., New York. India paper on card. 
Ormsby style train vignette at center, woman with sheaf at 
lower left and state die lower right. Lovely quality Archival 
stamp at verso. 

Est. $300-$500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 

13180 Corning, New York. Unknown Merchant - Cole 
& Thomson Bankers. 15 Cents, 50 Cents. (ND). 
Uncirculated. Lot of (2). Harris Unlisted. French & Wheat 
New York, New York. These are perhaps unlisted remainders 
from E.E. Robinson as the 5 Cent denomination listed for 
that issuer bears the same imprint. Both notes are of the 
same basic design. American Indian woman with English 
woman holding wheat at left. Head of Native American at 
right. Denomination counter in top right corner. Cole & 
Thomson were in the insurance business before opening 
their banking office. Each note is crisp and bright at comes 
unnumbered and unsigned. 

Est. $300-$400 

13181 Goshen, New York. M. Robinson & Co. 12 1/2 Cents. 
January 1, 1815. Fine Net, Pieces Missing. Harris 10. T. 
& J. Swords, New York. No. 344. “TWELVE 1/2 CENTS” in 
panel at left. Black print. Rarity 7 in Harris reference. Signed 
“H. Robinson Co.” Pieces of bottom left and right corners 
are absent. Small tears at edges. Likely once mounted. Print 
remains bold. Rarely seen issuer. 

Est. $150-$200 

13182 New York, New York. Adolph Pearl, Manufacturer of 
Tobacco. July 20, 1868. 10 Cents. About Uncirculated, 
Previously Mounted. Ferd. Mayer & Sons, New York. A 
neat piece of tobacco scrip made in the likeness of a Federal 
Third Issue 10 Cent Fractional. Well bronzed 10s in each 
corner. Adolph Pearls facsimile signature at both bottom 
left and right. Quite scarce, just the second we have seen. 
Lightly handled, minor mounting remnants at back top 
center. 

Est. $150-$200 


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13183 New York, New York. Chemical Bank. ND (18xx). $5. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1505 G22) Rawdon, 
Wright & Hatch New- York. Printed on card mounted to 
album paper. Woman reclining against stove at top center 
with distillation flask. Right chemist working on stove with 
bellow in hand. An attractive and appropriately vignetted 
note on this title. Ex Stanley Gibbons, Nasca 1981, lot 515. 

Est. $600-$800 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 

13184 New York, New York. Continental Bank. ND (18xx). 
$1. About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1550 G2) Rawdon, 
Wright & Hatch New- York. India paper mounted to album 
paper. Woman at top center and lower right. Slit cancels 
at the signature panels. Some edge and corner repairs are 
observed with bordering designs redrawn, 

Est. $300-$500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 


13185 New York, New York. Continental Bank. ND (18xx). 
$3. About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1550 G6) Rawdon, 
Wright & Hatch New- York. India paper mounted to album 
paper. Historical flgures at all corners, save for upper left. 
Three women at top center with factory in background. Slit 
cancels at the signature panels, repaired lower left border 
into portrait with printed replacement part. Minor clip at 
upper left. Despite the small flaws this piece is quite scarce. 
Ex Smythe 2009 sale #291, lot 511. 

Est. $400-$600 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 

13186 New York, New York. East River Bank. ND (18xx). $1. 
Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1570 G4). Bald, Cousland & Co. 
with "abc” monogram. India paper only. Top center, father 
and children have picnic. No tint. Minor handling and 
stamped on the back by the American Banknote Company 
with some show through. 

Est. $200-$300 

From the Crusader Collection. 




13187 New York, New York. East River Bank. ND (18xx). $5. 
Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1570 G16). Bald, Cousland & 
Co. with "abc” monogram. India paper only. Pull orange tint 
with outlined white PIVE. Top center, two seated females. 
Handsome color. Very hard to see corner tack hole. Back 
stamped very lightly by the American Banknote Company 
without shoe through. Ex Smythe Schingoethe Part 5: 1945. 

Est. $300-$400 

From the Crusader Collection. 



13189 New York, New York. Bank of New York. ND (18xx). $2. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1790 G150) Durand & 
Company, New York. Printed on card. Bank building top 
center, child at left in frame. Ornate “TWO” lower center. 
This attractive proof shows only a few minor spot stains to 
detract. 

Est. $800-$1200 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 




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13188 New York, New York. National Bank. ND (18xx). $5. 
Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1785 G6) Durand, 
Perkins & Co. New York. India paper only. A striking design 
with Washington standing in allegorical form at left. Eagle 
at upper left center within circular frame with denomination 
repeated. Hebe waters Eagle at right. Script “PIVE” across 
center with “looped line,” styling. Ex Smythe Schingoethe 
Part 18, 2009. Lot 299. 

Est. $800-$1200 

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13190 New York, New York. New York County Bank. ND (18x). 
$1. About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1805 G2) Baldwin, 
Bald & Cousland, New York. India paper only. Archival 
stamp at back with some show through at face. Large ship at 
center at half sail, young woman at lower right and woman 
swimming at lower center. Terrific appeal throughout with 
only some minor staining at the lower right mostly visible at 
the verso. 

Est. $300-$500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 


13193 New York, New York. New York County Bank. ND (18x). 
$10. Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1805 G8) Baldwin, Bald 
& Cousland, New York. India paper only. Red “TEN” 
protector at lower center. Farming scene at top center and 
sheep shearing at lower left. An appealing and desirable 
proof with just minimal see through from the ABN archival 
stamp. 

Est. $700-$900 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 



13191 New York, New York. New York County Bank. ND (18xx). 
$2. Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1805 G4) Baldwin, Bald 
& Cousland, New York. India paper only. Archival stamp 
at back with minor show through to face. Bold vignette at 
top center with Native American and Caucasian with eagle 
above. Young woman at lower right. Lovely overall quality 
with only a few minor stains mostly observed at the back. 

Est. $500-$700 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 





13192 New York, New York. New York County Bank. ND (18xx). 
Uncirculated. $5. Proof. (NY- 1805 G6) Baldwin, Bald & 
Cousland, New York. India paper only. Part of a wonderful 
grouping on this series we are offering with this Five Dollar 
note showing an allegorical scene with women and eagle at 
top center. Soldier at lower left and stylized state die at right. 
Archival stamp at back with only minimal show through to 
the face. A few very minor stains at the right of the verso are 
mentioned for complete accuracy. 

Est. $400-$600 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 


13195 New York, New York. North American. Trust & Banking 
Company. ND (18xx). $50. About Uncirculated. Proof. 

(NY- 1840 G8) Danforth Underwood & Co. New York. 
India paper only. Native Americans resenting clothing at 
top center woman reclining at left and right. Rectangular 
cut outs at the signature panels. Some staining is observed 
mostly at the verso. A seldom seen high denomination 
proof. 

Est. $600-$800 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 

13196 New York, New York. North River Bank. ND (18xx). 
$3. About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-1845 G12) Durand, 
Perkins & Co. New York. India paper mounted to card. Ship 
and Mercury at top center, prominent historical figures left 
end. Steamboat lower center. Repaired lower right bottom 
margin with design redrawn. 

Est. $400-$600 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 


13194 New York, New York. New York County Bank. ND (18xx). 
$20. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1805 GIO) Baldwin, 
Bald & Cousland, New York. India paper only. Large “X X” 
protector in red lower center. Indian family in canoe top 
center. An always desirable vignette and type that shows 
here with tremendous detail and quality. Archival stamp at 
back with minimal to no trace on the front. 

Est. $700-$900 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 



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13197 New York, New York. People’s Bank. ND (18xx). $1. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1870 G2 SENG) Baldwin, 
Adams & Co. New York. India paper only. A popular design 
showing a highly similar central vignette to the T- 3 9/40 
CSA types. A repaired upper left corner and archival stamp 
bleed through is all that is mentioned. 

Est. $200-$300 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 

13198 New York, New York. People’s Bank. ND (18xx). $2. 
Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1870 G4) Baldwin, 
Adams & Co. New York. India paper only. Technically 
outstanding with deeply embossed inks and lovely appeal at 
the central vignette of a city scene. 

Est. $300-$400 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 

13199 New York, New York. Phenix Bank. ND (18xx). $2. 
Extremely Fine. Proof. (NY- 1880 G18) Reed. Phoenix 
rising at lower center. Clipped lower and upper left corners. 
Some light staining but attractive overall. Ex Smythe 
Schingoethe Part 15, 2008. Lot 409. 

Est. $200-$300 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 

13200 New York, New York. Phenix Bank. ND (18xx). $3. About 
Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1880 G30) Reed. Printed on 
card. Phoenix rising at top center. Striking clarity and detail 
for this early type and seen with only a minor clip at the 
lower left which does not touch the printed design. 

Est. $300-$500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



13201 New York, New York. Bank of the Republic. ND (18xx). 
$5. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1890 G8) Danforth, 
Bald & Co. New York & Philadelphia. India paper mounted 
to card stock. A highly impressive proof note that shows 
with central vignette of ships with frigate at center. Man 
with flag at lower right and state seal at left. Woman 
reclining at bottom center. Outstanding quality throughout 
and certainly one of the finest available. 

Est. $600-$800 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



13202 New York, New York. Bank of the State of New York. 
ND (18xx). $5. About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY- 1921 G8 
SENC) Rawdon, Wright & Hatch New- York. India paper 
only. Agriculture and Commerce by docks with cornucopia 
at center. Liberty left and Justice at right. An attractive piece 
that pairs perfectly to the $100 proof we are also offering. 
Pleasing quality overall. 

Est. $750-$1250 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



13203 New York, New York. Tradesmen’s Bank. ND (18xx). 
$10. About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-1940-G10 SENC) 
Eairman, Draper, Underwood & Co. India paper mounted 
to album paper. Shoreline at center with horse and bull. 
Peace in frame at right with beehive above. Eranklin at left 
and small eagle at lower center with imprint below. Nice 
quality with only some mounting remnants to mention. 

Est. $750-$1250 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 

13204 Rochester, New York. D. Ashley & Co. - D.W. Powers 
Banker. 10 Cents. October 1, 1862. Very Good Net, 
Repaired. Harris Unlisted. A. Strong & Co. A rare issuer 
and a denomination that is unlisted in the Harris reference. 
Only the 5 Cent denomination was recorded. Large “X” 
center, 10 counters top left and right. Running deer near 
bottom center. Signed “D. Ashley & Co.” Print details are 
strong however the note was once severed and has been 
repaired with stamp hinges. 

Est. $200-$400 

13205 Troy, New York. Central Bank of Troy. March 1, 1859. 
$1. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-2685 G2c Unlisted). 
Imprint of Bald, Cousland & Co. New- York & Philad with 
abc monogram. India paper only. Full green lace tint with 
white outlined ONE protector. Upper left, Indian stalking. 
Lower left, woman with large spool. Lower right, uniformed 
Male portrait. Virtually choice. Tiny POC tear. ABN verso 
stamping is bit heavy and seen to face. 

Est. $300-$500 

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13206 Troy, New York. Central Bank of Troy. March 1, 1859. $1. 
Net Extremely Fine. Proof. (NY-2685 G2c Unlisted). Bald, 
Cousland & Co. with "abc” monogram. India paper only. 
Full green lace tint with white outlined ONE. Upper left, 
Indian stalks deer. Lower left, woman with thread. Lower 
right, male portrait in military uniform. A quantity proof 
from the ABN Sales with great color. Short internal tear 
back with glassine tape. Stamped by the American Bank 
Note Company with show through to the face. 

Est. $200-$300 

From the Crusader Collection. 

13207 Utica, New York. Bank of Utica. 1860. $1. Good. (NY- 
2805 G142b SENG) RWH&E. With American Banknote 
Company monogram at upper left. An appealing variety of 
this One Dollar type with “ONE” protector in red and ABC 
monogram. Some edge and internal tears are mentioned. 

Est. $300-$500 

13208 Utica, New York. Oneida Glass Factory. 25 Cents. June 
20, 1815. Very Good Net, Repaired. Harris Unlisted. No 
imprint. “25 Cents” in left panel, “Oneida Glass Factory” in 
right panel. “25” in oval frames at left and right. Black print. 
This design is not featured in the Harris reference. Both 
types listed for this denomination display a seated river god. 
The present piece has none but carries the same date and 
signature. This note was once severed near the right end 
but has been reinforced with an ancient repair. Some small 
edge tears are noticed but the overall appearance of the note 
remains fairly acceptable for the rarity 

Est. $200-$300 



13209 Watertown, New York. Black River Bank. May 1, 1844. 
$1. About Uncirculated. Proof. (NY-2845 G2) Spencer, 
Hufty & Danforth, Philadelphia. India paper mounted to 
card. An important proof that was one of just two sold in 
the 1990 ABN sale. Milkmaid seated at top, state die left and 
Cherub with anvil right. Upper right corner tip repaired but 
otherwise extremely appealing. Ex Smythe Schingoethe Part 
7, 2006. Lot 1647. 

Est. $800-$1200 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 

13210 Weedsport, Pennsylvania. Weedsport Bank. January 1, 
1861. $5. About Uncirculated. (NY-2905 S5) Spurious 
design. Gavit & Co., Albany State die lower left, male portrait 
right. Woman seated top center with shield between. 

Est. $100-$150 

13211 Waterman Lily Ormsby-N.Y. Bank Note Co. ND (1868). 
Engraved Plate for "Eighty Years of Progress”. Very Fine. 

Uniface engraved plate for book "Eighty Years of Progress 
of the United States....” 210 mm by 135mm.Titles and 
some classical Ormsby images including the eagle used 
on Government Bank series for DC ten years prior. Some 
moderate toning. Fairly scarce. 

Est. $100-$150 


13212 Lot of (2) 1815 New York Scrip Notes. Hudson and 
Schenectady. Hudson, New York. Bank of Hudson. 50 
Cents. November 10, 1815. Very Fine, minor edge damage 
at bottom. Harris 53. Rarity 6. 

Schenectady New York. Mohawk Bank. 75 Cents. September 
20, 1815. Very Good Net, repaired, piece missing. Harris 43. 
Rarity 6. Piece missing at top right corner. Large tear repair 
top right of center. 

Est. $200-$400 



13213 Charlotte, North Carolina. Bank of Charlotte. January 4, 
1857. $5. Very Good-Fine. (NC-5 G8b) Toppan, Carpenter 
& Co. Philadelphia. A rare Mecklenburg County institution 
that is always popular with collectors. This red tint variety 
is seldom offered. The paper is sound for the grade and the 
design and color remains bold. 

Est. $800-$1000 

13214 Charlotte, North Carolina. Bank of Mecklenburg. 
October 29, 1874. $2. Fine. Net. Rust, Splits. (Haxby 
Unlisted) A scarce ABNCo printed antebellum $2 note. This 
example comes without the revenue stamp. Bold penned 
signatures, strong design detail. Some rust spots at lower left 
and at back edges. A few edge and internal splits observed. 

Est. $150-$200 

13215 Raleigh, North Carolina. State of North Carolina. January 
1, 1863. $20. About Uncirculated. (Cr. 120 A) J.T. Paterson 
& Co. Augusta, Ga. This is a rare variety unpriced in Shull. 
This note comes on paper watermarked “J. Whatman 1862” 
and is given an R-10 rarity rating. Governor Zebulon Vance 
is pictured at center. 

Est. $200-$300 

13216 Washington, North Carolina. Bank of Washington. ND 
(18xx). $5. PCGS Gem New 65 PPQ. Remainder. Vivid 
color enhances the appeal of this Bank of Washington note 
which is one of a nice group we are offering on the issuer. 

Est. $150-$200 

13217 Washington, North Carolina. Bank of Washington. 1 862. 
$10. PCGS Extremely Fine 45 PPQ. Remainder. Terrific 
eye appeal and with only sheet folds mentioned. 

Est. $100-$150 


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13218 Wilmington, North Carolina. Bank of Cape Fear. 1861. 
$3. Branch at Wilmington. Very Fine. 

(NC-90 G56 Design 3F SENG). American Bank Note 
Company with abc’ monogram. Vermillion dies outlined 
THREE DOLLARS, left bottom large 3 die, upper left 
corner diagonal 3 die and upper right 3 snowflake die. Title 
across, above three men in shipyard. Left, seated Agriculture 
supported by die. Home bank issue gorgeous type. SENG for 
the branch and type too. Clean and bright note. 

Est. $400-$600 



13219 Wilmington, North Carolina. Bank of Cape Fear. 1861. 
$4. Branch at Wilmington. Very Fine. Hinged. (NC-90 
G70a Design 4E). American Bank Note Company with 
abc’ monogram. Vermillion cupped protector FOUR and 
upper counter surrounds. Title across, milkmaid and wheat 
support center shield above. Lower left, ships in harbor. 
Another gorgeous type on the home branch. Bright, but 
with some hinges on the back. 

Est. $500-$700 



13220 Wilmington, North Carolina. Bank of Cape Fear. 1860. 
$10. Branch at Salem. Very Fine. Minor Paper Pull. (NC- 
90 G414a) American Bank Note Company. Liberty with 
shield, staff and eagle at center. Young girl with chicken and 
chicks in oval at left. Young girl with rabbits in oval at right. 
Black with vermillion protector at center and surrounding 
counters. Bright an evenly circulated. A minor paper pull 
is observed at back center. A few collector’s annotations are 
also penciled on the back. 

Est. $300-$500 


13221 Lot of (6) Canaanville, Ohio. Canaan Coal Company. 
ND (1907-30). 5 Cents to $2. PCGS Graded. Remainders. 

(Wolka 0264 01 to 06) An appealing group of these face and 
back printed remainder notes with the following; 5 Cents 
in Gem New 65 PPQ; 10 Cents in Choice New 63 PPQ; 25 
Cents in Choice New 63 PPQ; 50 Cents in Very Fine 30; One 
Dollar in Superb Gem New 67 PPQ; Two Dollars in Very 
Choice New 64 PPQ. 

Est. $200-$300 



1 3222 Allentown, Pennsylvania. Lehigh County Commissioner’s 
Office. November 3, 1862. 25 Cents. Uncirculated. Proof. 

(Haxby Unlisted) ABNCo. India paper on card. Mechanic 
with tools leaning on block with bust. 25 in dies at top left 
and right. A rare county scrip Proof piece that is darkly 
printed. Very minor surface skins at right. 

Est. $300-$500 



13223 Lot of (3) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Kensington 
Savings Institution. ND (18xx) 10 Cents, $1 & $2. About 
Uncirculated. R.G. Harrison. India paper only A delightful 
trio of notes with all showing a common central vignette of 
a sailing ship with view of stern. Both $1 & $2 notes with 
Washington and Franklin. 

Est. $400-$600 


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13224 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Delaware Bridge Company. 
ND (18xx). $20. About Uncirculated. Proof. (PA-355 G84 
SENC) Rawdon, Wright, Hatch & Co., New York. India 
paper only. Neptune rides behind seahorses, winged female 
above. Left standing woman, right ornate filigree with “20” 
counter. Unlisted in Hoober. A rare series and this note 
shows just minor handling and foxing. 

Est. $700-$900 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part 11. 



13225 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Franklin Institute. ND 
(183x). 50 Cents. Proof. Underwood Bald Spencer & 
Hufty. India paper on card. Commerce seated at top center. 
Eranklin cameos at left and right. Cut our at signature panel. 
Eoxing at back. 

Est. $200-$300 



13226 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. New York of Philadelphia. 
ND (18xx). $5. Proof. Eairman Draper Underwood & 
Co. Cattle, sheep and Shepard at center. Eranklin left, 
Washington right. 

Est. $200-$300 



13227 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Penn Township Savings 
Institution. 1857. 10 Cents. Uncirculated. Proof. 

Underwood Bald Spencer & Hufty America at left and 
right, cameo center with “TEN.” Some foxing. 

Est. $200-$300 



13228 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia City Savings. 
April 19, 1838. 10 & 25 Cents. About Uncirculated. 
Proofs. Draper, Top an, Longacre & Co., Philadelphia & 
New York. India paper. A well matched pair with both in 
AU grades. Attractive vignettes on each. 

Est. $200-$300 



13229 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia Loan Company. 
ND (18xx). $1. About Uncirculated. Proof. Underwood 
Bald Spencer & hufty Child reading left, drawing at right. 
Commerce top center with ships in background. Prominent 
American portraits at corners. Light mounting remnants at 
verso. 

Est. $200-$300 



13230 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia Savings 

Institution. 1837. 25 Cents. Extremely Fine. Proof. 

Tucker, Mason & Co., Philadelphia. Embossed seal left of 
center. Justice left and likely Liberty right. Some staining 
mostly at right. 

Est. $200-$300 

13231 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia Savings 

Institution. ND (18xx). $1. Proof. Underwood, Bald 
Spencer & Hufty America standing left cherubs top center. 
Cameos at left and right with “1.” Some staining observed. 

Est. $125-$175 


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13232 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Southwark Bank. June 12, 
1837. 6 1/4 Cents. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. Underwood 
Bald Spencer & Huffy. India paper only. Cherubs at upper 
left and right. Appealing lathe styling at left and right ends. 

Est. $200-$300 




13233 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Southwark Bank. June 12, 
1837. 25 Cents. Uncirculated. Proof. Underwood Bald 
Spencer & Hufty. India paper only. William Penn twice at 
left corners, Ben Franklin, Durand type III at right corners. 
Cherubs top center. Some mounting remnants at verso. 

Est. $200-$300 


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13234 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Southwark Bank. June 12, 
1837. 50 cents. About Uncirculated. Proof. Ubderwood 
Bald Spencer & Hufty. India paper only. Cameos at corners, 
spread eagle center on coastline. Just some foxing and 
handling to note on this pleasing change piece. 

Est. $200-$300 



13235 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Western Bank. March 1 , 1 859. 
$5. Choice Uncirculated. Minor Mounting Remnants. 

(Haxby PA-510 G8a) ABNCo. Farmer in field with sickle at 
left. Brick mason at right. Large vermillion micro lettered 
V protector at center with like colored 5 counters in dies 
top left and right. Bright and crisp with great color. Roulette 
punched “CANCELLED” in signature blocks. Light traces 
of mounting remnants on back. Very attractive remainder. 

Est. $300-$400 


13236 Lot of (8) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mixed Banks. 
Proofs. Extremely Fine to About Uncirculated. A diverse 
assortment of mostly change notes with a few Dollar 
denominations as well. Mostly impaired or with minor 
stains. A nice variety of issuers. Should be seen. 

Est. $500-$700 

13237 Newport, Rhode Island. New England Commercial 
Bank. ND (18xx). $2. PMG Choice Uncirculated 63 EPQ. 
Remainder. A lovely early design type seen with a sharp 
impression of the design. 

Est. $50-$75 

13238 Newport, Rhode Island. New England Commercial Bank. 
(ND) Uncut Sheet of $l-$l-$2-$3. Choice Uncirculated. 

Black with green protectors. Produced by New England 
Bank Note Co. Boston. Tiny pinhole near center of $2. Light 
stain in bottom left corner of selvage. Light handling. 

Est. $150-$250 



1 3239 Columbia, South Carolina. State of South Carolina. 1 873. 
$1. PMG Gem Uncirculated 66 EPQ. Remainder. A gem 
note with lovely color. 

Est. $300-$500 


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13240 Columbia, South Carolina. State of South Carolina. 
December 1st, 1873. $2. PMG Superb Gem Uncirculated 
67 EPQ. Proprietary Proof. This attractive impression 
shows with deep green color and striking detail throughout. 
A nice match to the One Dollar we are also offering in this 
form. 

Est. $300-$500 



13241 Charleston, South Carolina. Office of the South 
Carolina Rail Road. (ND) Uncut Sheet of $l-$l-$2-$3. 
Uncirculated. Colorful sheet with charming early rail road 
vignettes. Black uniface print with red protectors. Each 
note with golden 5 cent Internal Revenue stamp featuring 
Lincoln. Red stamped serial numbers. 

Est. $300-$500 

13242 Charleston, South Carolina. South Carolina Rail Road 
Company. July 1, 1873. Uncut Sheet of $l-$l-$2-$5 Fare 
Tickets. Choice Uncirculated. These were intended to be 
used as fare tickets rather than actual money. Nonetheless 
they have the appearance of banknotes and were printed by 
the ABNCo. Green and black, each with vignettes featuring 
steam powered locomotives. Very ornate green back prints. 

Est. $300-$500 


13243 Columbia, South Carolina. State of South Carolina. 
March 2, 1872. Uncut Sheet of $l-$l-$2-$2. Choice 
Uncirculated. Black and green printed Revenue Bond Scrip. 
Interesting vignettes of commerce, agriculture and maritime 
trade. ABNCo produced. Ornate green back design. Minor 
corner handling in top left in selvage. 

Est. $300-$500 

13244 Columbia, South Carolina. State of South Carolina. 
March 2, 1872. Uncut Sheet of $5-$5-$10-$10. Choice 
Uncirculated. Revenue Bond Scrip printed in black and 
green by ABNCo. The Fives display the popular “Sweet 
Potato Dinner” vignette. Red stamped serial numbers. 
Ornate green back design. Minor handling in selvage. 

Est. $300-$500 



1 3245 Columbia, South Carolina. State of South Carolina. March 
2, 1872. Uncut Sheet of $20-$20-$50-$50. Uncirculated. 

Reconstruction era Revenue Bond Scrip printed in green 
and black by ABNCo. Large central portrait of George 
Washington on the $50s. Red stamped serial numbers. Full 
ornate green back prints. Minor paper loss in top right edge 
of selvage. 

Est. $300-$500 


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13246 Washington, North Carolina. Bank of Washington. 
Bank of Washington. (ND) Uncut Sheet of $3-$4-$5- 
$10. Uncirculated. Popular sheet from this Eastern North 
Carolina bank. Printed in black and vermillion by ABNCo. 
George Washington featured on the $3, $4 and $10. Martha 
also on the $4. 

Est. $300-$500 

13247 Nashville, Tennessee. Bank of Tennessee. December 1, 
1861. $1. Choice About Uncirculated. (TN-195 G64a) 
Printed by J. Manouvier, New Orleans. Agricultural themed 
vignette at center. Reverse of Spanish Milled Dollars top left 
and right. A bright and well printed remainder note. Strong 
signatures but no serial number. A high grade note for the 
type. 

Est. $150-$250 

13248 Nashville, Tennessee. Bank of Tennessee. December 1, 
1861. 10 Cents. Fine, Previously Mounted. (TN-195 G54) 
Printed by J. Manouvier, New Orleans. A scarce 10 Cent note 
with red protector “ONE DIME” overprint. Once mounted, 
with minor paper pulls on back. 

Est. $150-$200 

13249 Memphis, Tennessee. Bank of West Tennessee. October 
1, 1859. $20. Very Fine. (TN-130 GlOa) Rawdon, Wright, 
Hatch, & Edson, New Orleans & New York. Boldly 
designed and handsome Twenty. Large boiler plate title and 
denomination at upper center. Great side wheel steam boat 
at lower center. Well signed. Ornate vermillion back print. 

Est. $150-$200 


13250 Shelbyville, Tennessee. Shelbyville Bank of Tennessee. 
ND (18xx). $10. Uncirculated. Proof. (TN-220 G8a). 
Bald, Cousland & Co./Baldwin, Bald, Cousland & Co. India 
paper only. Red protector TEN. Above title, male portrait to 
left of maiden with cows. Lower left, man on horse. Lower 
right, Washington. Choice example from this series sold 
at the 1990 ABN Archives sale. Stamped on the back by 
theAmerican Banknote Company lightly and without show 
through. Premium quality. 

Est. $350-$450 

From the Crusader Collection. 



13251 Austin, Texas. Republic of Texas. February 1, 1840. 
$5. PMG Very Fine 30 Net. Annotations. (Shull Cr. A4) 
Native American seated ponders over ruins in background 
at center. Large ornate 5s at left and right of center. FIVE 
in panel at left end. Erastus Smith in portrait at right end 
with V counters at top and bottom right. Lightly circulated 
and darkly printed. The grading services net grade for 
annotations is truly puzzling as the manuscript found on the 
back is for official financial business of the Republic. In part, 
the manuscript reads, “Pay order James P. Shaw Comptroller 
or John P. (unknown) auditor for record as for Act of 
Legislation of Texas. R. Johnston & Co.” Cut Cancelled. 

Est. $300-$500 



13252 Austin, Texas. Republic of Texas. February 1, 1840. $10. 
PMG Very Fine 25. (Shull Cr. A5) Jupiter seated with 
lightning bolt and rod at left. Maiden in frame top center. 
Sailing vessel right end. Seal of the Republic of Texas 
at bottom center. A darkly printed Ten with great color 
displaying even circulation. Cut Cancelled. 

Est. $300-$400 


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13253 Austin, Texas. Republic of Texas. January 15, 1840. 
$20. PMG Very Fine 30. (Shull Cr. A6) Rawdon, Wright, 
Hatch & Edson New Orleans. Native American with bow 
and arrow at left. Liberty and Native American with shield 
upper right of center. Virtus stands on Tyranny in oval at 
bottom right. Ornate orange printed back with Lone Star 
at center encircled by TEXAS. A darkly printed $20 from 
this popular Texas series. Even circulation is noticed. Two 
cut cancellations are seen at bottom left and right. Penned 
contemporary annotation at left, likely served a commercial 
purpose. A charming Republic note. 

Est. $300-$500 



13254 Austin, Texas. Republic of Texas. January 15, 1840. $50. 
PMG Choice Very Fine 35. (Shull Cr. A7) An excellent 
example of this popular Republic of Texas $50 with full 
margins and darkly printed inks. All of the engraved design 
elements are featured in full detail. The back print retains 
bold orange color. Two cut cancellations are well concealed 
at the top left and right. A small contemporary annotation is 
found on the back. 

Est. $400-$600 



13256 Hyde Park, Vermont. Lamoille County Bank. May 21, 
1855. $100. About Uncirculated. Proof. (VT-100 G16a 
SENC). Bald, Adams & Co., New York. India paper only. 
Red protector 100. Center, woman and cows. Lower left, 
Andrew Jackson. Lower right, Henry Clay. Rare highest 
denomination on the series and one of three in the 1990 
ABN sale. Eaces up well, but larger tears with archive 
glassine tape on back. 

Est. $300-$500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 

13257 Hyde Park, Vermont. Lamoille County Bank. May 
21, 1855. $20. Extremely Fine. Proof. (VT-100-G12a 
SENC). Bald, Adams & Co., New York. India paper only 
Red protector X X. Upper left, Indian group overlooking 
civilization encroaching on their world. To the right is 
Daniel Webster. Impossible bank to find until the 1990 ABN 
sale. Several sheets including Santa Claus notes. Large body 
tears with tape at back. 

Est. $300-$500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 

13258 Jamaica, Vermont. West River Bank. (ND) $3. PCGS 
Superb Gem New 67 PPQ. (Haxby VT115-G6b) 
Remainder. Extremely well centered example of this popular 
note featuring cherubs sitting on Liberty Seated Dollars. 
Red THREE protector at center. 

Est. $200-$300 


13255 Hyde Park, Lamoille County Bank. May 21, 1855. $5. 
Uncirculated. Proof. (VT-100 G8 SENC). Bald, Adams & 
Co./Bald, Cousland & Co. India paper mounted on original 
card. At right center, under curved title, herd of running 
horses. Ear left, large vignette f woman blowing the dinner 
horn and farmer returning. An all SENC prior to the 1990 
ABN Sale and the series with a Santa Claus note (Baldwin 
Type III) featured. Upper left portion of note torn and re- 
affixed to the card stock. Stamped on the back of the by the 
American Bank Note Co. 

Est. $250-$350 


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13259 Jamaica, Vermont. West River Bank. (ND) Uncut Sheet 
of $l-$2-$3-$5. PCGS About New 53. Charming sheet 
with great vignettes featuring cherubs and Seated Liberty 
coinage of the era. Uniface notes printed in black with red 
protectors. Always a popular sheet. 

Est. $300-$500 



13260 Lyndon, Vermont. Bank of Lyndon. May 1, 1855. $1. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (VT-125 G2 Unlisted). 
Imprint of Bald, Adams & Co., New- York/Bald, Cousland 
& Co., Phil. India paper only. No protector. A very scarce 
vignette with an Indian council scene at the center. Bottom 
corners with Jackson and Webster respectively. Very light 
ABN stamping with minimal show through. Light foxing is 
seen throughout. 

Est. $300-$500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13261 Lyndon, Vermont. Bank of Lyndon. May 1, 1855. $2. 
Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (VT-125 G6a) Imprint of 
Bald, Adams & Co., New- York/Bald, Cousland & Co., Phil. 
India paper only. Red protector TWO. Center, Indian with 
children in canoe. Left, two girls holding bundle of wheat. 
Right, portrait of Jefferson. A bold proof and nearly Gem. 
Stamped on the back by the American Banknote Company. 
ABN Stamp does bleed through a bit. 

Est. $400-$600 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13262 Lyndon, Vermont. Bank of Lyndon. May 1, 1855. $3. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (VT-125 G8a) Imprint of Bald, 
Adams & Co., New- York/Bald, Cousland & Co., Phil. India 
paper only. Red protector “3”. Center, cattle and sheep in 
field. Left, Man riding a horse. Right, young girl seated. Part 
of the 1990 ABNC sale. An attractive and desirable example. 
Slight foxing is seen throughout the note. The ABN stamp 
on back is slightly bleed through. 

Est. $400-$600 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 

13263 Lyndon, Vermont. Bank of Lyndon. May 1, 1855. $5. 
PCGS Very Choice New 64 Apparent. Edge Damage, 
Tears. Proof. (VT-125 Unlisted) Bald, Adams & Co. New 
York. An unlisted proof of design G2a. Nice equine vignette 
at center. Small piece missing from bottom center. Bottom 
left tip absent outside of design. 

Est. $200-$300 


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13264 Lyndon, Vermont. Bank of Lyndon. May 1, 1855. $5. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (VT-125 G2 Unlisted). Imprint 
of Bald, Adams & Co., New- York/Bald, Cousland & Co., 
Phil. India paper only, two red “5” left and right of center. 
Lower left, train. Center, horses galloping. Lower right, 
portrait of Jefferson. Bottom left repair with tape on back as 
there are two tears in the corner. ABN stamp seen through 
the front however not incredibly deep. 

Est. $400-$600 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13265 Lyndon, Vermont. Bank of Lyndon. May 1, 1855. $10. 
About Uncirculated. Proof. (VT-125 C12) Bald/Cousland , 
Adams & Co. New York/ Philadelphia. India paper only. Top 
left, cows being herded. Bottom right, sheep being herded. 
Small portrait of George Washington at bottom center. ABN 
stamp shows minor bleed through. 

Est. $300-$500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13266 Lyndon, Vermont. Bank of Lyndon. May 1, 1855. $20. 
Uncirculated. Proof. (VT-125 G2a) Bald, Adams/Cousland 
& Co. New York/Philadelphia. India paper only. Top, liberty 
seated with and Indian, sails ship in background. A lovely 
example with a stunning vignette. From the 1990 ABNC 
sale. The ABN stamp does show through heavily. 

Est. $300-$500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II 



13267 Orwell, Vermont. Farmers Bank. ND. $2. Choice 
Uncirculated. Proof. (VT-165 Cl 8a). Bald, Cousland & 
Co. India paper only full red tint with lace details and large 
white outlined 2 protector. Top center, man picnics with 
daughter. Left, butter churning. Deep red tint very striking. 
Light damp stain lower right obscured by color. Light ABN 
stamping on back, not seen to face. 

Est. $400-$600 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part II. 



13268 Orwell, Vermont. Farmers Bank. ND (18xx). $3. About 
Uncirculated. Proof. (VT-165 G22a) Baldwin, Bald & 
Cousland, New York. India paper only Woman at left 
bugling to alert food and drink are ready. Center farmers 
and metal workers. Right young girl saluting. Full red 
lace under-print to match the Two Dollar note we are 
also offering. Delightfully embossed and highly attractive. 
Archival stamp at verso with minimal show through. 

Est. $500-$700 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 

13269 Swanton Falls, Vermont. Union Bank. January 2, 185x. 
$10. About Uncirculated. Proof. (VT-240 G20a) Baldwin, 
Bald & Cousland., New York. India paper only. Running 
horses top center, hunter warming hand over fire lower left. 
Girl saluting lower right. Archival stamp with show through. 
Tape at upper right of verso. 

Est. $300-$500 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 

13270 Swanton Falls, Vermont. Union Bank. January 2, 185x. 
$20. Choice Uncirculated. Proof. (VT-240 G24a) Baldwin, 
Bald & Cousland, New York. India paper only. Cattle upper 
left, young girl in oval frame upper right center. Hunter 
drinldng from stream right. “X X” protectors. From the 
small trove of partial 10-20 sheets in the 1990 ABN sale. 
Single small hole at lower right, otherwise nice quality 
throughout. 

Est. $400-$600 

From the Peter Mayer Collection Part IF 


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13271 Danville, Virginia. Danville Bank. September 9, 1858. 
$10. Very Fine. Minor Rust. (VA-65 G4a, Jones BD05-15) 
ABNCo. Two men with horse at center. Virtus at left stands 
on the throat of Tyranny. Bust of George Washington in oval 
at bottom right. Full red tint with black printed engraved 
design elements. Stamped serial numbers in blue ink. A 
beautiful full color Ten from this Dan County banking 
institution. Even circulation and good color is displayed. 
Minor rust is found on the back at right. 

Est. $300-$500 

13272 Howardsville, Virginia. Bank of Howardsville. March 
18, 1861. $5. Very Fine. (VA-105 G14a, Jones BH25-16) 
ABNCo. Maiden in oval surrounded by cherubs at center. 
Justice with sword at left end. Virtus at right stands on the 
throat of Tyranny Small maiden head at bottom center. 
Green overprint “V-V” and “FI(5)VE” centered with green 
“FIVE” at bottom right. A fully signed and issued Five with 
boldly printed protectors. Sound paper for a Very Fine note. 

Est. $75-$125 



13273 Jeffersonville, Virginia. Northwestern Bank of Virginia. 
1862. $1. Very Good Net, Splits. (VA-245 G90, Jones 
BJ05-05) D.A. St. Clair, Wytheville, Virginia. Red and black 
lithographed print. Blacksmith shoeing horse at center. 
Black bear bottom center. ONE in corners at top left and 
right. Northwestern Bank of Virginia in red curving along 
the upper half of note. Red ONE protectors left and right. 
A rare Civil War emergency issue which we have not 
entertained prior to now. Jones gives this note an R-6 rarity 
rating, indicating 5 to 9 known. This example faces up well 
with strongly printed design elements and bright paper for 
the grade. There are many edge splits and fraying as well as 
internal splits. Jeffersonville is now the town of Tazeweill, 
Virginia. 

Est. $300-$500 



13274 Richmond, Virginia. Virginia Treasury Note. 1862. $5. 
PCGS Extremely Fine 45 PPQ. (CR.14) Keatinge & Ball, 
Richmond, Virginia. Well printed green and black Five 
that comes on paper watermarked HODGKINSON & CO. 
WOOKEY HOLE MILL. A scarce variety listed as a rarity-8 
in the Shull Southern States book. This example has the look 
of an Uncirculated note with just three light folds noticed on 
the back. 

Est. $250-$350 

13275 Richmond, Virginia. Virginia Treasury Note. March 13, 
1862. $5. PCGS Choice About New 58. (Cr.l5) Keatinge 
& Ball, Richmond, VA. Darkly printed Five with naturally 
wave paper. This example comes on paper with the vertical 
CSA watermark in block letters. Difficult to detect what held 
this note from a full Uncirculated grade. 

Est. $150-$250 

13276 Wheeling, Virginia. Merchants and Mechanics Bank. 
April 9, 1844. $5. Fine Net. Repaired, Small Tear. (VA-240 
Cl 2) False imprint of Underwood, Bald, Spencer & Huffy 
Philadelphia. Boy sleeps in hay field watched over by dog at 
center. George Washington in panel at left. John Marshall in 
panel at right. A rather well executed counterfeit. Tear repair 
top right of center. Small tear bottom left near corner. 

Est. $100-$150 

13277 Die Proof Vignettes from the G.F.C. Smillie Estate Sale. 
Obverse of 1870 Liberty Double Eagle used on National 
Gold Banknotes. Black and white proof of silhouetted 
obverse, card cut down. National Bank Note Company 
imprint. Very scarce. Last one seen in the 52 Collection 
Sale, June 2010 (at $207.00). This is superior quality to that 
example. 

Est. $150-$200 

13278 Vignettes. Die Proof Vignettes from the G.F.C. Smillie 
Estate Sale. Eagle with Flags used 1899 Series $1 Silver 
Certificates. Black and white proof of face central vignette 
on wide margined card. Scarce vignette essay with full 
Smillie notations. Later Fr. Design 62 penciled upper left. 
Toned card perimeter, but the deep India impression is 
bright white. 

Est. $100-$150 

13279 Vignettes. Die Proof Vignettes from the G.F.C. Smillie 
Estate Sale. Standing Columbia used on 1901 Series 
$10 Legal Tenders. Black and white proof of back central 
vignette on wide margined card. Scarce vignette essay with 
full Smillie notations. Later Fr. Design 17 penciled upper 
left. Partially toned card perimeter, but the India is bright 
white. Deep India paper impression. One of the most 
popular Federal types (that is, the Bison note). Not often 
seen. 

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13280 Lot of (4) Maine and Nebraska Obsolete Bank Note 
Remainders. About Uncirculated to Choice Uncirculated. 

Two notes from the Searsport Bank of Searsport, Maine, a 
$2 and $3 with red protectors, both Choice Uncirculated. 
Also two notes from the Bank of Florence, of Florence 
Nebraska, a $2, Choice Uncirculated, and a $5, Choice About 
Uncirculated. All notes have minor mounting remnants. 
Close inspection is encouraged. No returns will be accepted 
on this lot for any reason. 

Est. $200-$300 

13281 Lot of (11) Northeast City and Private Scrip Notes. Very 
Good to Choice Uncirculated. City scrip and privately 
issued notes from Delaware, New Jersey and New York. 
Most notes hinged. Some notes have minor impairments. 
Personal inspection is strongly encouraged. No returns will 
be accepted for any reason. 

Est. $150-$250 



13282 Lot of (3) District of Columbia Area Obsolete Notes. Very 
Fine to Choice About Uncirculated. Three notes from The 
District. The first, a $3 from the Potomac River Bank of 
Georgetown, Very Fine, minor stain. Second, $2 from the 
fraudulent Bullion Bank of Washington, D.C. Choice About 
Uncirculated. Third, a $3, also from the Bullion Bank, 
Very Fine. All notes with hinge remnants or other signs 
of previous mounting. Close inspection is encouraged. No 
returns will be accepted on this lot for any reason. 

Est. $350-$450 

13283 Lot of (13) Southern States Change Notes. Very Good 
to About Uncirculated. Southern states change notes 
including state issues and private banks. Notes Alabama, 
Florida, Georgia and North Carolina are included. All notes 
are hinged. Personal inspection is strongly encouraged. No 
returns will be accepted for any reason. 

Est. $200-$300 

13284 Lot of (7) Southern Obsolete and Scrip Notes. Fine to 
Very Fine. City of Mobile, Bank of West Florida, Mississippi 
Central Rail Road Company, Central Bank of Alabama, State 
Bank of South Carolina, Tallahassee Rail Road Company 
and the State of Alabama are the issuers represented here. 
All notes are hinged. The Tallahassee Rail Road note displays 
edge and internal damage. Personal inspection is strongly 
encouraged. No returns will be accepted for any reason. 

Est. $250-$350 


13285 Lot of (19) Mixed Mostly Southern Obsoletes. A nice 
assortment of mostly Southern notes including Twenty-five 
Cent notes from the State of Alabama and State of Georgia, 
Ten Cent State of North Carolina, Fifty Cent State of South 
Carolina, $1 Virginia Treasury Notes, Georgia obsolete 
notes from Augusta and Savannah, Twenty- five Cent City of 
New Orleans and others including an Upham Counterfeit 
$ 1 Corporation of Richmond note. Most notes Very Fine 
or better. Close inspection is encouraged. NO RETURNS 
WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR ANY REASON. 

Est. $400-$600 

13286 Lot of (9) Obsolete Currency Notes. Mixed States. Very 
Good to Choice About Uncirculated. A mixed group of 
from various states including some notes not often seen. 
Included are: $I Union County Bank of Plainfield, New 
Jersey Remainder. 25 Cents P. Palmer & Co. Chicago, 
Illinois Remainder. $100 Fund Commissioner of the State 
of Illinois. $1 Bank of the State of Indiana Branch at Terre 
Haute. $10 Farmers and Drovers Bank of Petersburg, 
Indiana (impaired). $1 City of Portsmouth, Virginia. $5 
Central Bank of Virginia (Staunton). (2) different $20 types 
on the Bank of Louisiana (New Orleans). Most notes hinged. 
Personal inspection is strongly encouraged. No returns will 
be accepted for any reason. 

Est. $400-$500 

13287 Lot of (6) Mixed Obsolete Notes. Mostly Maryland and 
Michigan are represented here including 1810 $1 Farmers 
Bank of Maryland, $3 Somerset and Worcester Savings 
Bank, $1 Tecumseh Bank, $1 Bank of Michigan, $1 Adrian 
Insurance Company and your obligatory $1 Hungarian 
Fund note. Very Fine to Uncirculated. Personal inspection 
is recommended. 

Est. $100-$150 

13288 Lot of (9) New York Bonds, Stock Certificates and other 
Fiscal Documents. An assortment of New York financial 
papers including: State of New York Transfer Office, Genesee 
Valley Canal, 1837 $4000 Loan, State of New York Canal 
Department 1869 $5000 Loan, New York Canal Department 
1855 Loan for enlargement of the Erie, Oswego, Cayuga, and 
Seneca Canals, Strip of (3) 1852 $1 Hungarian Fund Bonds 
dated at New York, 1895 Stock Certificate for 20 Shares of 
the Rochester and Irondequoit Rail Road Company, 1853 
Rochester Bank (New York) $50 Certificate of Deposit, 
1862 Monroe County Bank (New York) $16 Certificate 
of Deposit, 1911 Rochester Fire Department (New York) 
Receipt of $40, and 1832 State of New York lottery ticket. 

Est. $250-$350 

13289 Obsolete Currency Collection. Lot of (2) Scarcer Equine 
Vignetted Scrip. Logansport, IN. E. L. Stevens ‘Good to 
the bearer on demand’. ND (1860s). 25 Cents. (WVS 451- 
25 Cents). Middleton, Strobridge & Co. White bond paper. 
Center, white and black horses, reverse image of horse 
frightened by lightning. Lower left, arm and hammer. Blind 
ad stamp for Stevens & Mills. Fine, some voids in the blind 
stamp. Listed Rarity- 7 and should be so | [Tennessee}. 
Purdy’s College bank. ND. $50. Top center, horses as last. 
Lower left, America. Lower right. Commerce. Very Fine. 

Est. $250-$350 


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Miscellaneous Currency 


13290 Labor Reform Absolute Money. $1,000. Political Note. 
Uncirculated. The highest quality we have observed for this 
always interesting type showing uncle same churning out 
money. 

Est. $125-$175 

13291 Uncut Pair of (2) Giori Test Note. Lincoln Memorial Back 
and Washington Head at Center. Choice Uncirculated. 
Ink Smear. A dramatic ink smear is seen compromising 
both notes. Original and quite appealing. 

Est. $300-$500 

13292 Uncut Pair of (2) Giori Test Note. Lincoln Memorial Back 
and Washington Head at Center. Choice Uncirculated. 

An always intriguing item with just a minor ink smear at the 
portrait of Grant at bottom right of the pair. 

Est. $200-$300 

Confederate Currency 



13293 T-8. Confederate Currency. 1861. $50. Choice About 
Uncirculated. No. 7497. Plate B. PF-2. A fully framed 
and well cut Fifty printed on thick bond paper by Hoyer & 
Ludwig. “For” is handwritten near “Treasr” on this variety 
The paper is crisp with only the slightest signs of circulation. 
This example bears the blue stamped “C” commonly seen 
and believed by many to be a cancellation or validation 
stamp. 

Est. $300-$500 

13294 T-14. Confederate Currency. 1861 $50. About 

Uncirculated Net. Repaired, Minor Edge Damage, Ink 
Burn. No. 619, Plate AG. PF-5. A scarce plen variety with 
a large capital letter to the upper right of the left plate letter 
A. Examples of this variety from the AG plate all have serial 
numbers below 735. There is a repaired edge tear from the 
top left edge to about one inch into the note. There is some 
minor edge damage in the same area of the repair. Ink burn 
is seen in the signatures. Toning is also observed as seen on 
many examples of this type. 

Est. $150-$250 



13295 T-17. Confederate Currency. 1861 $20 PMG Choice Fine 

15. No. 28449, Plate A. PF-2. A vibrant and bold green 
underprint spans nearly the full length of this 1861 Hoyer & 
Ludwig produced $20. The paper and print quality is above 
average and the note has the appearance of a nice Very Fine 
note. There is a circular cut out cancellation just to the right 
of center. 

Est. $300-$400 

13296 T-18. Confederate Currency. 1861 $20. Choice About 
Uncirculated. No. 50684, Plate A22. PF-25. Only light 
handling is displayed by this crisp and bright 1861 $20. The 
cut is into the design along the top and inside the left frame. 
Otherwise a rather Choice example. 

Est. $150-$200 

13297 T-18. Confederate Currency. 1861 $20. PMG About 
Uncirculated 55 Net. Foreign Substance. No. 55675, Plate 
A24. PF-27. A lightly handled and crisp 1861 $20. The paper 
is quite bright despite the “foreign substance” mentioned by 
the grading service which seems to be found on the back 
and appears as light foxing. 

Est. $100-$150 

13298 T-21. Confederate Currency. 1861. $20. Fine- Very Fine. 
Minor Splits. No. 12321, Plate Y. PF-3. Confederate Vice 
President Alexander Stephens is pictured on this 1861 $20. 
The blue-green tint remains bold and the printed design 
elements are full and clear. Some minor splits are observed 
at bottom edge. Two wedge cut out cancels are also found at 
bottom. 

Est. $150-$200 

13299 T-22. Confederate Currency. 1861 $10 Very Fine Net, 
Tear. No. 13752, Plate C. PF-2. A scarce C plate variety 
printed by the Southern Bank Note Company C plate T-22s 
were printed on the same sheet as A plate T-15, A plate T-19 
and C plate T-31. This evenly circulated note still displays 
decent color and bright paper. There are two circular cut out 
cancellations observed and a tiny notch missing from the 
lower left edge. 

Est. $400-$600 



13300 T-24. Confederate Currency. 1861 $10. Very Fine Net. 
Rust. No. 3123, Plate 1. PF-3. This is a scarce variety which 
comes printed on “TEN” watermarked paper. This example 
bears the imprint of Leggett, Keatinge & Ball of Richmond, 
Virginia. This example has two circular cut out cancellations 
at left and right. Some areas of rust are also observed. 

Est. $300-$400 


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13301 T-26. Confederate Currency. 1861 $10. PMG Extremely 
Fine 40 EPQ. An outstanding example of this T-26 type that 
shows some of the most pleasing embossing we have seen 
for a Confederate note. 

Est. $400-$600 

13302 T-26. Confederate Currency. 1861 $10. PCGS Apparent 
Very Fine 35. Minor Mounting Remnants, Small Hole. 

No. 43654, Plate W. PF-9. A moderately circulated 1861 
Ten with solid X X protectors. This variety comes on 
paper watermarked “CSA” in vertical block letters. Minor 
mounting remnants are seen on the back along with a small 
hole near bottom right. 

Est. $250-$350 



13303 T-26. Confederate Currency. 1861 $10. Very Fine. No. 

554, Plate X. PF-31. A bright 1861 Ten with fine lace X 
X overprint and printed on paper watermarked “CSA” 
in vertical block letters. This variety is listed as a Rarity 
11 in the Fricke reference. There are two hammered cut 
cancellations at left and right. Formerly from the collection 
of the late John J. Ford. 

Est. $300-$400 

13304 T-29. Confederate Currency. 1861. $10. Fine- Very Fine. 

No. 155, Plate F. PF-1. A darkly printed and fully framed 
example of this scarce early $10. Two wedge cut out cancels 
are found at the bottom edge. 

Est. $200-$300 

13305 T-29. Confederate Currency. 1861. $10. Fine- Very Fine 
Net. Stains. No. 18416, Plate H. PF-1. This is a scarce type 
produced by B. Duncan of Columbia, South Carolina. 
Some stains are observed near center and to the right. A 
contemporary endorsement is found at back left. Two half- 
moon cut cancels are found at the bottom edge. 

Est. $125-$175 


13306 T-29. Confederate Currency. 1861 $10. Choice Very Fine. 

No. 16413, Plate A15. PF-9. While T-28 is not rare as a type. 
Choice Very Fine and better examples are quite hard to 
come by. The present offering bright, crisp and extremely 
well printed. The paper is very strong and uncancelled. A 
small minor stain is well concealed in the bottom right 
corner. The note appears nearly Uncirculated at first glance. 

Est. $175-$225 

13307 CT-31. Confederate Currency. 1861 $5. Contemporary 
Counterfeit. Very Fine Net. Tears, Small Holes. (Tremmel 
CT-31 / 245E) Engraved No. 364, Plate C. Wood cut plate 
imitates Confederate T-31 by the Southern Bank Note 
Company Protector is green rather than red-orange. Serial 
number and signatures are part of the plate. Bright but with 
edge tears and small holes. Small notch out of right edge well 
in selvage. Minor ink on face at left. Rarity 9 in Tremmel. 

Est. $150-$250 



13308 T-33. Confederate Currency. 1861. $5 Very Fine. Nice 
manuscript details and evenly circulated. 

Est. $300-$500 

13309 T-39. Confederate Currency. 1862 $100 Very Fine. No. 

23378, Plate Ag. This “Straight Steam” Train note bears the 
manuscript endorsement of Captain N.B. Brown, AQM. 
There is also a stamped issued date to September 9, 1862. 
The note is bright with no hard folds and the manuscript 
is boldly inked with no erosion present. One interest paid 
stamp from Savannah, Georgia and two from Columbia, 
South Carolina are also observed. 

Est. $300-$400 

13310 T-39. Confederate Currency. 1862 $100. About 

Uncirculated Net. Ink Burn. No. 11574, Plate Ag. PF-4. 
Well cut and bright. This note displays just the slightest 
sign of circulation. There is some ink burn noted in the “for 
Register” signature. 

Est. $200-$300 

13311 T-39. Confederate Currency. 1862 $100. About 

Uncirculated. Previously Mounted. No. 18129, Plate 
Ad. PF-5. Just light handling is displayed by this “Straight 
Steam” $100 Train Note that was issued by John Boston, 
Collector in the Confederate Treasury Department. Minor 
hinge remnants are seen on the back. 

Est. $100-$150 

13312 T-39. Confederate Currency. 1862 $100. About 

Uncirculated Net. Minor Repair. No. 14844, Plate Ac. 
PF-9. The inks are darkly printed on this bright $100 Train 
Note. This lightly handled note displays a small patch repair 
on the back, right of center. 

Est. $200-$300 


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13313 T-39. Confederate Currency. 1862 $100. Choice 

Uncirculated. No. 19133, Plate Aa. PF-11. An above average 
cut is observed on this boldly printed and bright “straight 
steam” 1862 $100. This crisp note displays three interest 
paid stamps, all from Augusta, Georgia, on the back. 

Est. $200-$300 

13314 T-39. Confederate Currency. 1862 $100 PMG Choice 
About Uncirculated 58 EPQ. No. 1655, Plate Ad. PF-18. 
This variety features the broken “for Register” signature 
line that angles above and to the right of Hoyer & Ludwig. 
The Fricke reference lists this variety only for plate Af 
while this is clearly plate Ad. The line is identical to the Af 
examples. There are 1864 and 1865 interest paid stamps 
from Tallahassee, Florida as well an 1863 interest paid stamp 
from Savannah, Georgia seen on the back. 

Est. $150-$250 

13315 T-40. Confederate Currency. 1862 $100. Very Fine. No. 

38229, Plate Ad. PF-1. Richard Matthaei Cuyler, Major 
Artillery & Ordinance, issued this note November 4, 1862. 
Cuyler was deeply involved in the development of the 
Confederate arsenal at Macon, Georgia. This is an evenly 
circulated note with one interest paid stamp from Augusta, 
Georgia and two from Savannah, Georgia seen on the back. 

Est. $350-$500 

13316 T-40. Confederate Currency. 1862 $100 Very Fine. 

No. 34664, Plate Ab. PF-1. TTis bright and only lightly 
circulated Train note was issued at San Antonio, Texas 
February 23, 1863. It bears a boldly inked and well stamped 
round postmark issued stamp on the verso. There is also a 
manuscript interest paid endorsement to January 1, 1865. A 
handsome and crisp example. There is a minor paper flaw 
just to the left of the Milkmaid. 

Est. $300-$400 



13319 T-40. Confederate Currency. 1863 $100. Very Good-Fine 
Net. Internal Tear, Piece Missing. No. 63283, Plate Ah. 
PF-20. Major & AQM W.D. Thomason issued this T-40 
May 5, 1863. There is an internal tear in the location of the 
manuscript but it is not terribly affected. There is a rather 
sizable piece absent from the right edge of the note. THERE 
WILL BE NO RETURNS ON THIS LOT FOR ANY 
REASON. 

Est. $250-$350 

13320 T-41. Confederate Currency. 1862 $100. Choice 

Uncirculated. No. 42041, Plate X. PF-7. Great color is 
observed on this crisp $100 “Hoer.” This example comes on 
paper watermarked “CSA” in vertical block letters. A round 
issued stamp from the John Boston Depositary in Savannah, 
Georgia is found on the back along with two interest paid 
stamps from Savannah, Georgia. A few pinholes are 
observed near center. 

Est. $250-$350 

13321 T-41. Confederate Currency. 1862-63 $100. About 
Uncirculated. Previously Mounted. No. 66195, Plate X. 
PF-7. Darkly printed and fully margined. This “Hoer” shows 
some minor handling. Two interest paid stamps are seen. 
One from 1863 and one from 1864 by the Henry Savage 
Depositary in Wilmington, North Carolina. Some very 
minor mounting remnants are seen on the back. 

Est. $125-$175 

13322 T-41. Confederate Currency. 1862 $100 PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. No. 104243, Plate Y. PF-21. An 
example of this scarce “T” engraving error that is darkly 
printed in bold inks by Keating & Ball of Columbia, 
South Carolina. This fully framed note even displays plate 
embossing seen in its naturally wavy paper. Very nearly 
Gem, with three interest paid stamps from Augusta, 
Georgia. 

Est. $350-$450 

13323 T-41. Confederate Currency. 1862 $100. Choice 

Uncirculated. No. 123591, Plate X. PF-20. A crisp and 
well printed $100 with strong color to the HUNDRED 
underprint. There is a large issued stamp on the back from 
Jackson, Mississippi. 

Est. $150-$250 

13324 T-41. Confederate Currency. 1862-63 $100. Choice Very 
Fine. No. 28578, Plate Z. PF-22. Major James F. Cummings 
issued this moderately circulated T-41 November 20, 1862 
using a blue inked rubber stamp. This fully margined note 
is boldly printed in dark inks and retains crisp paper for the 
grade. 

Est. $200-$300 


13317 T-40. Confederate Currency. 1862-63 $100. PMG Very 
Fine 30 Net. Ink Burn, Stains. No. 33751, Plate Ac. PF- 
1. Captain and AQM Albert Danner issued this “Diffused 
Steam” Train Note on February 14, 1863. Danner was a 
member of the 1st Missouri Regiment and oversaw the 
commissary during the brutal siege of Vicksburg. Danner s 
manuscript is boldly penned on the back and is clean of 
any distracting marks. Some minor ink burn is observed 
in the “for Register” signature. The stains mentioned by 
the grading service are inexplicable as nothing out of the 
ordinary for a circulated note is seen. 

Est. $300-$500 

13318 T-40. Confederate Currency. 1862 $100 PMG Very Fine 
30 Net, Small Piece Missing. No. 21445, Plate Ah. PF- 
4. This note was issued January 1, 1863 by Walter Smith, 
Cashier, Mobile Savings Bank. Smith previously incorrectly 
signed notes with the title “Deputy Depository.” This 
note features one 1864 interest paid stamp from Augusta, 
Georgia. The manuscript is clear and boldly penned. There 
is a tiny piece absent from the bottom left edge as mentioned 
by the grading service. 

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13325 T-41. Confederate Currency. 1862 $100. Gem 

Uncirculated. No. 8476, Plate Z. PF-23. A widely margined 
Hoer with crisp, well embossed paper. This variety comes 
with the engraved T in error at the edge of the central 
vignette and is printed on paper watermarked “CSA” in 
scrip letters. Just a few ink spots are scattered about from 
when the note was signed. 

Est. $300-$400 

13326 T-41. Confederate Currency. 1862 $100. Extremely Fine. 

No. 104165, Plate Z. PF-Unknown. This T-41 is printed on 
paper which displays a bold “J Whatman 1862” watermark. 
The note is crisp and bright, displaying just light circulation. 

Est. $250-$350 

13327 T-42. Confederate Currency. 1862 $2 Very Fine, Minor 
Stains. No. 30190, Plate 5. PF-3. A fully framed and largely 
bright $2 note that is at the upper end of the Very Fine scale. 
Just some very minor stains are noted along the bottom 
edge. 

Est. $125-$175 



13328 T-43. Confederate Currency. 1862 $2 PMG Very Fine 20. 

No. 49166, Plate 6. PF-1. The green overprint remains bold 
on this mid-grade 1862 Deuce. The vignette at top center 
represents the South striking down the Union. The grading 
service has added a “stains” comment to the back of the 
holder. There is little to nothing that isn’t expected for a note 
at this grade level. 

Est. $300-$500 



13330 T-46. Confederate Currency. 1862. $10 Very Fine. A 

choice example with the appeal of an Extremely Fine note. 

Est. $250-$350 



13331 T-56. Confederate Currency. 1863 $100 PCGS New 

62 PPQ. No. 1514, Plate D. A handsome Keatinge & Ball 
produced C-note with great color and bold embossing of the 
red overprint. Cut just a bit tight inside the frame at top and 
bottom left. 

Est. $300-$400 

13332 T-57. Confederate Currency. 1863 $50. Very Fine. 
Previously Mounted. No. 27985, Plate W. PF-3, State III. 
A scarce variety with “VA” missing from the imprint. This 
example displays good color and a bold overprint. Minor 
mounting residue is seen in the back top corners. 

Est. $100-$150 



13333 T-58. Confederate Currency. 1863 $20 PMG Choice 
About Uncirculated 58 EPQ. No. 42683, Plate F. PF- 
29. A bright and crisp 3rd Series Twenty with three large 
margins and boldly printed inks. This example comes on 
paper watermarked “CSA” in block letters surrounded by a 
wavy line. Interestingly there is a penned letter F just to the 
left of the right plate letter F. Its purpose is a mystery but 
its location appears quite deliberate. There are two lightly 
hammered cancellations at left and right. Some handling at 
the left end appears to have limited this Choice note from a 
fully Uncirculated grade. 

Est. $200-$300 


13329 T-45. Confederate Currency. 1862 $1 Fine- Very Fine. No. 

4604, Plate 6. PF-1. This fully framed note features a vibrant 
green overprint and wholesome evenly circulated paper. 

Est. $200-$300 


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13334 T-59. Confederate Currency. 1863 $10. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 63 Net. Toned, Ink Burn. No. 37622, Plate B. 
PF-1 1. A crisp uncancelled example of this 1863 $10 printed 
by Evans & Cogswell. Minor toning is seen which is not 
uncommon for this type. There is a touch of ink burn in the 
right signature. 

Est. $200-$300 



13335 T-59. Confederate Currency. 1863 $10 PCGS Choice 

New 63. No. 44447, Plate B. PF-19. A well cut and fully 
Uncirculated 1863 $10. The October 1863 issue date 
overprint is boldly printed and bright red. The back print 
comes well centered. A scarce note in this Choice grade. 

Est. $300-$400 

13336 T-60. Confederate Currency. 1864. $5. Choice About 
Uncirculated. No. 5068, Plate C. PF-27. A very pleasing and 
bright 1863 Five. The cut is above average but comes inside 
the frame a bit at bottom right. This example is uncancelled 
and only lightly handled. 

Est. $200-$300 



13337 T-62. Confederate Currency. 1863 $1. PMG Choice 
About Uncirculated 58 EPQ. No. 47212, Plate G. PF-1. 
Fully framed with darkly inked design elements. This lightly 
handled 1863 $1 appears just a counting mark away from a 
Choice Uncirculated grade. 

Est. $250-$350 

13338 T-62. Confederate Currency. 1863. $1. Choice 

Uncirculated. No. 1440. Plate H. PF-10. A very choice and 
well cut example of this 1863 Confederate Ace. The paper 
quality is well above average for this type and the inks are 
bold. 

Est. $200-$300 

13339 T-63. Confederate Currency. 1863 50 Cents PCGS Very 
Choice New 64. No. 129044, Plate I. PF-4. A fully margined 
and well printed example of this 1 863 Confederate fractional. 

Est. $100-$150 



13340 T-64. Confederate Currency. 1864. $500 Very Fine. 

(PF-1) Deep red tint and even circulation on this pleasing 
$500 type. 

Est. $400-$600 

13341 T-65. Confederate Currency. 1864 $100. PMG Choice 
About Uncirculated 58 Net. Foreign Substance. No. 

85161, Plate D. A darkly printed and crisp $100 displaying 
only the slightest handling. A minor bid of residue is seen on 
back left near the red stamped Confederate Treasury Seal. 

Est. $200-$300 

13342 T-66. Confederate Currency. 1864 $50. Choice 

Uncirculated. No. 46155, Plate Y. PF-6. Excellent color is 
possessed by this crisp 1864 $50. This is a scarce 3 over 1 
Series note with remnants of the 1 seen to the right of 3 in 
the series. A very Choice example for the type as well. 

Est. $200-$300 

13343 T-67. Confederate Currency. 1864 $20 PMG Gem 

Uncirculated 65 EPQ. No. 18735, Plate C. PF-6. Gem 
Confederate notes are always scarce as every note was cut 
by hand. This fully framed Twenty has nice paper and a well 
centered back print. 

Est. $150-$200 

13344 T-67. Confederate Currency. 1864. $20 PMG Gem 

Uncirculated 65 EPQ. Although a plentiful design type, this 
piece shows in a seldom offered Gem state of preservation. 

Est. $200-$300 

13345 T-67. Confederate Currency. 1864. $20 PMG Gem 

Uncirculated 65 EPQ. One of two Gem examples for this 
type we are offering. 

Est. $200-$300 

13346 T-69. Confederate Currency. 1864 $5. Choice 

Uncirculated. No. 10849, Plate C. PF-3. A crisp 1st Series 
Five that comes well cut with strong color to the underprint. 

Est. $100-$125 

13347 T-69. Confederate Currency. 1864 $5. PMG Choice 

Uncirculated 63 EPQ. No. 10843, Plate C. A well printed 
$5 note with excellent color and above average cut. 

Est. $100-$150 

13348 T-69. Confederate Currency. 1864 $5. PMG Choice 

Uncirculated 64 EPQ. No. 10834, Plate C. Great color is 
possessed by this crisp and well cut 1864 Five. 

Est. $100-$150 

13349 Lot of (2) T-69. Confederate Currency. 1864 $5. PMG 
Choice Uncirculated 63 EPQ. Two crisp Fives displaying 
great color for the type. The notes are just one serial number 
separated from each other. 

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13350 T-70. Confederate Currency. 1864 $2. Very Choice 
Uncirculated. No. 74543, Plate B. PF-4. A fully famed 1864 
Deuce with a nice salmon colored underprint. This example 
has large margins at top and bottom. Some minor toning is 
observed on the back. 

Est. $150-$200 

13351 T-70. Confederate Currency. 1864 $2 PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 63 EPQ. No. 102105, Plate A. PF-5. A crisp 
1864 Deuce printed in bold black inks. 

Est. $200-$300 

13352 T-70. Confederate Currency. 1864 $2. Uncirculated Net. 
Small Internal Split. No. 92196, Plate B. PF-5. Nicely cut 
with decent color. There is a small internal split left of center. 

Est. $100-$150 

13353 T-70. Confederate Currency. 1864 $2. Extremely Fine. 

No. 113588, Plate C. PF-5. Deep salmon color is observed in 
the underprint of this well margined 1864 Deuce. The note 
has the outward appearance of a Choice Uncirculated note 
though a few light folds can be picked up on the back. 

Est. $100-$150 

13354 T-70. Confederate Currency. 1864 $2. Choice 

Uncirculated. No. 80834, Plate F. PF-11. This is a scarce 
plen variety where the right plate letter F is positioned much 
higher than the left plate letter. We are fortunate to offer this 
fully framed and crisp example of this variety that is listed as 
a Rarity 10 in the Fricke reference and is unpriced above AU. 

Est. $200-$300 

13355 T-70. Confederate Currency. 1864 $2. Choice About 
Uncirculated. No. 57920, Plate B. PF-16. A scarce example 
of this double transfer error which appears on the engraver s 
imprint. This example is only lightly handled with good 
color the pink underprint. 

Est. $250-$450 

13356 T-70. Confederate Currency. 1864 $2. Uncirculated. 
Hinged. No. 96037, Plate G. Well colored and crisp 1864 
Deuce. Hinge remnants found on the back. 

Est. $100-$150 

13357 T-71. Confederate Currency. 1864 $1. Choice About 
Uncirculated. No. 70718, Plate G. PF-12. A light pink 
underprint is found on this nearly fully framed and only 
lightly handled 1864 $1 note. Just a light bottom right corner 
fold accounts for the grade. 

Est. $150-$200 

13358 T-71. Confederate Currency. 1864 $1. Extremely Fine. 

No. 54867, Plate G. PF-12. A well cut 1864 Ace with darkly 
printed design elements. This only lightly circulated note 
appears Uncirculated at first look. 

Est. $100-$150 

13359 Lot of (9) Confederate States of America Notes. Fine to 
Extremely Fine. Previously Mounted. A good group of 
notes including (1) T-63 1863 50 Cent, (1) T-69 1864 $5, 
(1) T-30 1861 $10, (1) T-59 1863 $10, (3) T-68 1864 $10 
and (2) T-67 1864 $20. Several notes show signs or previous 
mounting, stains, penciled annotations and other minor 
issues. Close inspection is suggested. There will be no 
returns on this lot for any reason. 

Est. $300-$400 


13360 Lot of (3) Confederate Currency $100 Notes. T-40, 
T-56, & T-65. T-40 is About Uncirculated and issued from 
Montgomery. Interest paid stamps from Montgomery, 
Macon and Columbus, GA. T-56 is Very Fine but previously 
mounted with paper pulls in the back top corners. There is 
some paper loss to the top right corner. T-65 is Very Fine 
with plus color for the type. 

Est. $250-$350 

13361 Lot of (5) Confederate States 50 Cent Fractional Notes 
1863 & 1864. Fine to Uncirculated. Two T-63 examples 
and three T-72 notes are found in this lot. Most notes AU- 
CU. A couple pieces display evidence of previous mounting. 

Est. $200-$300 

13362 Lot of (4) Different 1861 Confederate Currency Notes. 
Very Fine. Four 1861 dated Confederate notes, all very 
useful. The notes are as follows: T-18 $20 Very Fine CC, 
T-20 $20 Very Fine, T-30 $10 Very Fine, and T-36 $5 Very 
Fine. Each note is bright for the grade with nice eye appeal. 

Est. $250-$350 

13363 Lot of (3) PCGS Graded 1864 Series Confederate 
Currency Notes. The following notes are featured in this lot: 
T-69 $5, PCGS Choice About New 55 PPQ, T-68 $10, PCGS 
Choice About New 58, T-67 $20, PCGS Choice About New 
55. 

Est. $200-$250 

13364 Lot of (10) Confederate States Notes. Good to About 
Uncirculated. The following types are found T-62 (1), T-70 
(2), T-69 (2), T-68 (2), T-67 (2), and T-66 (1). Many notes 
display issues such as edge tears, small holes, hinges, or 
other problems. A few notes are choice for the grade. Close 
inspection is strongly encouraged. THERE WILL BE NO 
RETURNS ON THIS LOT FOR ANY REASON. 

Est. $300-$400 

Large Size Legal Tender Notes 


13365 Fr. 16. 1862 $1 Legal Tender Note. Good. A heavily 
circulated piece that sows with edge and internal damage, 
rust and small hole at center. 

Est. $75-$125 

13366 Fr. 17a. 1862 $1 Legal Tender Note. PMG Choice Fine 15. 

Problem free for the grade and seldom available as such in 
Fine states of preservation. 

Est. $300-$500 



13367 Fr. 36. 1917 $1 Legal Tender Note. PMG Choice About 
Uncirculated 58 EPQ. Low serial number B81A is 
displayed by this lightly handled 1917 Legal Tender Ace. Just 
a light vertical bend at the right end is the grade limiting 
factor which prevents this Choice note from being fully 
Uncirculated. 

Est. $500-$700 

13368 Fr. 36. 1917 $1 Legal Tender Note. Very Fine. Original 
paper and light circulation on this pleasing example. 

Est. $125-$175 


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13369 Fr. 41 1862 $2 Legal Tender Note. Fine Net. Splits. The 

color and print clarity remains strong on this inaugural $2 
type note. A couple of splits from heavier folds are noticed 
at bottom right. There is a penciled collectors annotation in 
the back bottom right corner. 

Est. $500-$700 

13370 Fr. 5 1 . 1 880 $2 Legal Tender Note. PMG Very Fine 25 Net. 
Stained. A bit of staining being mostly noticed at the back is 
all that detracts from this otherwise appealing large brown 
seal Legal Tender deuce. 

Est. $300-$500 

13371 Fr. 60. 1917 $2 Legal Tender Note. PMG Choice 

Uncirculated 64 EPQ. Bordering on a Gem grade with 
strong detail and appeal. 

Est. $300-$500 

13372 Fr. 60. 1917 $2 Legal Tender Note. PMG Choice 

Uncirculated 64 EPQ. A pack fresh note that is consecutive 
to another we are offering in a PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 
EPQ grade. 

Est. $300-$500 



13373 Fr. 72. 1880 $5 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Very Fine 35. 

An appealing large brown seal note that borders on an 
Extremely Fine grade with even circulation. 

Est. $400-$600 



13374 Fr. 84. 1907 $5 Legal Tender Note. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 63 Net. Small Paper Pull. A bold impression 
leaves great detail of this popular design type. A small paper 
pull at the upper right margin of the back is noted. 

Est. $400-$600 



13375 Fr. 87. 1907 $5 Legal Tender Note. PMG Choice About 
Uncirculated 58 EPQ. A note with the appeal of a Gem due 
to large even borders and unquestionably original paper, we 
cannot detect where the circulation lies looking though the 
encapsulation surface leading us to believe a small bend is 
the culprit. 

Est. $400-$600 



13376 Fr. 91. 1907 $5 Legal Tender Note. PMG About 
Uncirculated 55. Excellent color is displayed by this lightly 
circulated Woodchopper which features bold inks and a 
bright cherry red overprint. Just two folds are observed. 
Embossing of the overprint is easily noticed. 

Est. $400-$600 



13377 Fr. 91. 1907 $5 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Extremely Fine 

40. A popular note in these lightly circulated Extremely Fine 
grades. 

Est. $300-$400 

13378 Fr. 91. 1907 $5 Legal Tender Note. Very Fine. Evenly 
circulated and problem free for the grade. 

Est. $125-$175 

13379 Fr. 147. 1880 $20 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Fine 15. 

An appealing note with mostly even circulation. 

Est. $300-$400 


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Large Size Silver Certificates 



13380 Fr. 215. 1886 $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Very Fine 30. A 

note with appeal that rivals a higher grade with fully original 
paper and vibrant inks making up the face and important 
ornate back design. A small spot stain in the portrait is all 
we can see that would have prevented a “PPQ” designation. 

Est. $400-$600 



13381 Fr. 224. 1896 $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Very Fine 25. 

Mostly even circulation on this mid-grade “Educational” 
note. 

Est. $400-$600 



13382 Fr. 225. 1896 $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Very Fine 25. 

A popular type in these problem free mid-grade states of 
preservation. 

Est. $300-$500 

13383 Fr. 229. 1899 $1 Silver Certificate. About Uncirculated. 

Just two light vertical folds on this pleasing note. 

Est. $200-$300 



13384 Fr. 232. 1899 $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. One of the more attractive “Black 
Eagles” we have handled in terms of print quality as this 
note shows some of the most bold and definitive we have 
seen for the series. Punch through embossing is also 
welcomed and cements the “EPQ” designation applied by 
PMG. Consecutive to another we are offering with the same 
attributes. 

Est. $400-$600 



13385 Fr. 232. 1899 $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. Another impressive example of this 
design type that borders on a Gem grade. 

Est. $400-$600 



13386 Fr. 233. 1899 $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Choice About 
Uncirculated 58 EPQ. Just a hint of circulation on this 
“Black Eagle” Silver Certificate. Consecutive to another we 
are offering. 

Est. $300-$400 



13387 Fr. 233. 1899 $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Choice About 
Uncirculated 58 EPQ. We cannot detect where the 
circulation lies on this appealing 1899 One Dollar Silver 
Certificate. 

Est. $300-$400 


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13388 Fr. 235. 1899 $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Choice About 
New 58 PPQ. A nicely embossed note and seemingly held 
back from an Uncirculated grade only by handling. 

Est. $300-$400 

13389 Fr. 236. 1899 $1 Silver Certificate. About Uncirculated. 

Just two light vertical folds on this well embossed example. 

Est. $200-$300 

13390 Fr. 236. 1899 $1 Silver Certificate. Choice Very Fine. 

Original paper and lovely appeal on this “Black Eagle” note. 

Est. $200-$300 

13391 Fr. 236. 1899 $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Very Fine 20. 

Problem free for the grade and an always popular design 
type. 

Est. $125-$175 

13392 Fr. 237. 1923 $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Gem Uncirculated 
66 EPQ. A vibrant example of this type in a high end Gem 
state. 

Est. $300-$400 

13393 Fr. 237. 1923 $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Gem Uncirculated 
65 EPQ. Great quality throughout with deep blue overprints 
that are nicely embossed into the fresh paper stock. 

Est. $200-$300 

13394 Lot of (2) Fr. 237. 1923 $1. Silver Certificate. About 
Uncirculated. Both shown with only touches of circulation. 

Est. $125-$175 

13395 Lot of (2) Fr. 238. 1923 $1. Silver Certificates. Extremely 
Fine. A consecutive pair with both showing only minimal 
circulation. 

Est. $100-$150 

13396 Lot of (8) 1923 $1 Silver Certificates. Very Fine to 
Extremely Fine. A pleasing lot with most notes in high 
end Very Fine states. Two pieces are Extremely Fine and 
one of the Very Fine pieces shows just a few minor stains. 
Attractive grouping. 

Est. $200-$300 



13397 Fr. 251. 1899 $2 Silver Certificate. PMG Extremely Fine 
40 Net. Repaired. A few hard to distinguish repairs are all 
that is mentioned on this Two Dollar Silver Certificate. 

Est. $300-$500 

13398 Fr. 278. 1899 $5 Silver Certificate. PMG Very Fine 20. 

Overall a pleasing example of this “Chief” Five Dollar Silver 
Certificate with nice appeal for the Very Fine 20 grade. 

Est. $450-$650 



13399 Fr. 278. 1899 $5 Silver Certificate. Very Fine. Small 
Split. A bright and boldly colored example of this evenly 
circulated Teehee- Burke “Chief.” There is a small split found 
at top center. 

Est. $400-$600 

13400 Fr. 281. 1899 $5 Silver Certificate. PMG Very Fine 30 Net. 
Pinholes. A note that shows quite well despite the several 
pinholes present. 

Est. $500-$700 

Large Size Federal Reserve 
Bank Notes 


13401 Fr. 712. 1918 $1 Federal Reserve Bank Note. New 
York. PMG Choice Uncirculated 63 EPQ. A technically 
outstanding piece that offers deeply embossed overprints 
and lovely detail throughout. PMG went as far to further the 
“EPQ” designation by stating “Exceptional Paper Quality & 
Embossing” in the comments section of the holder. 

Est. $400-$600 

13402 Fr. 713. 1918 $1 Federal Reserve Bank Note. New 
York. PMG Choice Uncirculated 64. Appealing quality 
throughout with terrific centering of the face impression. 

Est. $400-$600 

13403 Fr. 775. 1918 $2 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Kansas City. 
PMG Choice Fine 15. A few hard folds on this otherwise 
attractive note for the grade. 

Est. $300-$500 

13404 Fr. 789. 1918 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Atlanta. 
PCGS Very Fine 20 Apparent. Minor Paper Scuffs on 
Face. A few light scuffs on the face are observed on this 
underrated Five Dollar design type. 

Est. $300-$500 

13405 Fr. 800. 1915 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Kansas City. 
PMG Fine 12 . Other than some staining mostly in the lower 
margin this note retains pleasing appeal for the grade. 

Est. $200-$300 



13406 Fr. 804. 1918 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Kansas City. 
PMG Very Fine 25. Attractive margins on this mid-grade 
1918 Five Dollar Federal Reserve Bank Note. 

Est. $400-$600 


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13407 Fr. 804. 1918 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Note. Kansas City. 
PMG Very Fine 20. Always a more elusive type offered here 
in a sought after mid-grade state. 

Est. $400-$600 

Large Size Federal Reserve Notes 

13408 Fr. 855a. 1914 $5 Federal Reserve Note. Philadelphia. 
PCGS Very Choice New 64. Sensationally dark and detailed 
inks enhance the appeal of this near Gem example. 

Est. $350-$450 

13409 Lot of (2) 1914 $5 Federal Reserve Notes. New York. Very 
Fine. An attractive pairing with a Speelman - White type “A” 
note and a Burke - Houstin note. 

Est. $100-$150 

13410 Lot of (3) 1914 $5 Federal Reserve Notes. Philadelphia. 
Extremely Fine. An appealing group of Philadelphia notes 
with a White - Mellon Type “A” and “B” in Extremely Fine 
grades and than a Type “C” note in an About Uncirculated 
state. 

Est. $300-$500 

13411 Lot of (3) Fr. 855a 1914 $5 Federal Reserve Notes. 
Extremely Fine. An attractive grouping with each showing 
only light circulation. 

Est. $250-$350 

13412 Fr. 862. 1914 $5 Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. PCGS 
Extremely Fine 45 PPQ. A bright and well margined 
Richmond $5 Fed which displays just three light folds. 

Est. $150-$250 

13413 Fr. 885. 1914 $5 Federal Reserve Note. Dallas. Choice 
Very Fine. A more challenging Burke - Glass signature 
combination and offered here in a near EF state. 

Est. $200-$300 

13414 Fr. 1006. 1914 $20 Federal Reserve Note. Dallas. PCGS 
Extremely Fine 45 PPQ. A terrific note that enjoys large 
even borders, original paper and detailed inks throughout. 

Est. $300-$500 



13415 Fr. 1044. 1914 $50 Federal Reserve Note. Atlanta. PCGS 
Very Fine 25. Problem free for the grade and a design type 
that gets very expensive in EF states or higher. 

Est. $300-$500 


Large Size Gold Certificates 


13416 Fr. 1187. 1922 $20 Gold Certificate. Choice Very Fine. A 

note that easily would rival Extremely Fine notes in terms of 
appeal with the circulation being extremely faint. 

Est. $250-$350 

13417 Fr. 1187. 1922 $20 Gold Certificate. PMG Very Fine 20. 

Well circulated although fully problem free for the grade. 

Est. $200-$300 

Mixed Large Size 


13418 Lot of (5) Large Size U.S. Type Notes. This lot contains (1) 
Fr. 36 1917 $1 Legal Tender Note, Very Fine. (2) Fr. 37 1917 
$1 Legal Tender Note, Very Fine, one with stains. (1) Fr. 236 
1899 $1 Silver Certificate, Very Fine, small rust spot. (1) Fr. 
966 1914 $20 Federal Reserve Note Boston, Fine, stains. 
Close inspection is suggested. There will be no returns on 
this lot for any reason. 

Est. $300-$500 

13419 Mixed Lot of (4) Large Size Type Notes. Fine to Very Fine. 

This lot contains the following: (2) Fr.226a 1899 $1 Silver 
Certificates, the first Fine-Very Fine with small margin tear 
at right and the second Choice Very Fine. There are also (2) 
Fr.ll87 1922 $20 Gold Certificates, the first Fine-Very Fine 
with the second a bright Very Fine. 

Est. $500-$700 

13420 Lot of (3) Mixed Large Size Type Notes. Good to Very 
Fine. A trio of notes including the following; 1922 $10 Gold 
Certificate in Very Fine with paper clip rust stains; 1899 $1 
Silver Certificate with spot staining; 1917 $2 Legal Tender 
star note in good with a missing corner, tape and edge 
damage. 

Est. $300-$500 

13421 Lot of (2) Large Size Type Notes. Very Fine. The two notes 
include a Fr. 91. 1907 $5 Legal Tender with some foreign 
substance at the lower left of the back and an Fr. 235. 1899 
$1 Silver Certificate with just some minor staining at the 
extreme top margin. 

Est. $250-$350 

Fractional Currency 



13422 Fr. 1242. 10 Cent. First Issue. PMG Gem Uncirculated 
65 EPQ. Straight edges. With monogram. Nicely centered 
along with fresh original paper. 

Est. $250-$350 

1 3423 Fr. 1261.10 Cent. Fourth Issue. PMG Choice Uncirculated 
64 EPQ. Centering alone prevents a Gem designation on 
this original and attractive example. 

Est. $125-$175 

13424 Fr. 1264. 10 Cents. Fifth Issue. Green Seal. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 66 EPQ. A delightfully high grade example of 
this green seal variety. 

Est. $300-$500 


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1 3425 Fr. 1 286. 25 Cent. Second Issue. PMG Choice Uncirculated 

64. “1863 & “S” surcharges. Bordering on a Gem state with 
a strong impression and sharp detail. 

Est. $300-$500 

13426 Fr. 1335. 50 Cent. Third Issue. Spinner. PMG About 
Uncirculated 55. Terrific embossing is observed on this 
lightly circulated example. 

Est. $200-$300 

13427 Fr. 1339. $50 Cent. Third Issue. Spinner. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. A wonderful example with strong 
highly reflective bronzing and near Gem quality. 

Est. $200-$300 

13428 Fr. 1342. 50 Cent. Third Issue. Spinner. PMG Extremely 
Fine 40 EPQ. Just light circulation and original paper on 
this “a” on front note. 

Est. $100-$150 



13429 Fr. 1355. 50 Cent. Third Issue. Justice. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 63. Autographed signatures of Colby - 
Spinner. An appealing example with only the bronzing 
being slightly oxidized. 

Est. $300-$500 

13430 Fr. 1381. 50 Cent. First Issue. Uncirculated. A well 
margined 50 cent note with bright color. A minor stain 
appears to be lightened up a bit in the lower right. 

Est. $100-$150 

13431 Fr. 1343. 50 Cent Justice. Third Issue. Red Back. About 
Uncirculated Net. Corner Damage. Red back with no 
surcharges. Crisp with good bronzing. Minor damage to top 
left corner. Close inspection is encouraged. No returns will 
be accepted on this lot for any reason. 

Est. $125-$175 

13432 Lot of (4) Fractional Currency Notes of the 5 Cent and 15 
Cent Denominations. Very Fine to About Uncirculated. 

This lot contains (1) Second Issue 5 Cent note, About 
Uncirculated. (1) Third Issue 5 Cent note, Extremely Fine, 
minor mounting. (2) Fourth Issue 15 Cent Notes, Extremely 
Fine and About Uncirculated with a minor surface repair. 
Close inspection is encouraged. No returns will be accepted 
on this lot for any reason. 

Est. $150-$250 

13433 Lot of (5) 25 Cent Fractional Currency Notes. Various 
Issues. Very Fine to Choice Uncirculated. Included in 
this lot are: (1) Fr. 1286, About Uncirculated. (1) Fr. 1295, 
Very Fine. (1) Fr. 1303, About Uncirculated, Previously 
Mounted. (1) Fr. 1308, Very Fine, Stains. (1) Fr. 1309, Choice 
Uncirculated. 

Est. $200-$300 


13434 Lot of (6) Different 10 Cent Fractional Currency Notes. 
Very Fine to Choice Uncirculated. Notes from the Second, 
Third, Fourth and Fifth Issues are seen in this lot. The 
majority are bright and crisp with several at or approaching 
Uncirculated. Close inspection is encouraged. No returns 
will be accepted on this lot for any reason. 

Est. $250-$350 

13435 Lot of (6) 50 Cent Fractional Currency Notes. Various 
Issues. Very Fine. Six different 50 Cent Fractional types. 
Second Issue Washing starts it, then comes one each of 
Spinner, Stanton, Lincoln, Crawford (Bob Hope) and 
Dexter. All are decent mid-grade notes with no major issues 
to speak of Close inspection is encouraged. No returns will 
be accepted on this lot for any reason. 

Est. $250-$350 

13436 Lot of (8) Fractional Currency Notes. Various Issues. Fine 
to Very Fine. Eight notes from the First, Second and Third 
Issues in denominations ranging from 3 Cents to 25 Cents. 
Close inspection is suggested. There will be no returns on 
this lot for any reason. 

Est. $100-$150 

Military Payment Certificates 




1 3437 Series 68 1 $ 1 0 Military Payment Certificate. PCGS Choice 

New 63 PPQ. A scarce example of this higher denomination 
Vietnam Era MPC note. Great color and large margins are 
observed. 

Est. $250-$350 

13438 Series 691. Military Payment Certificate. $20. PCGS 
Superb Gem New 68 PPQ. A note that borders ever so close 
to perfection. 

Est. $300-$500 

13439 Series 692 $1 Military Payment Certificate. PCGS Gem 

New 65 PPQ. A well printed $1 MPC with the popular 
Bison displayed on the back in a high state of preservation. 

Est. $80-$120 

Small Size Legal Tender Notes 


13440 Fr. 1500. 1928 $1. Legal Tender Notes. About Uncirculated. 

Just a touch of bleed through at the overprints on this 
otherwise extremely attractive piece with only a touch of 
circulation. 

Est. $250-$350 


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13441 Fr. 1501. 1928 $2 Legal Tender Note. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 65 EPQ. A well inked and pack fresh example 
with pleasing centering. 

Est. $200-$300 

13442 Lot of (10) Fr. 1513. 1963 $2 Legal Tender Notes. Choice 
to Gem Uncirculated. A lovely consecutive run of 10 notes, 
pleasing centering and margins on all. 

Est. $75-$ 125 

13443 Fr. 1534. 1953B $5 Legal Tender Note. PCGS Superb Gem 

New 68 PPQ. This striking example will certainly appeal to 
collectors seeking material as close to perfection as possible. 

Est. $300-$500 

Small Size Silver Certificates 

13444 Fr. 1606. 1934 $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Choice About 

New 58. Just a hint of circulation on this well centered note. 

Est. $50-$75 



13445 Fr. 1610. 1935A $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64 EPQ. “S” Experimental. Fresh original 
paper is welcomed on this “Special Paper,” note. 

Est. $300-$500 

13446 Fr. 1613W. 1935D $1 Silver Certificate. Courtesy 
Autograph. Choice Uncirculated. A nifty lot containing 
a crisp 1935D $1 Silver Certificate signed by Treasurer of 
the United States Georgia Neese Clark. Accompanying the 
note is a type-written note on letterhead of the Treasurer of 
the United States dated August 25, 1949. It is addressed to 
Mr. Bill Westlake of Washington, D.C. and reads in part, “I 
am enclosing an autographed one-dollar bill in exchange for 
the one you gave me. I was afraid that with the Democratic 
National Committee Meeting on, Midwestern Confedernce, 
ect., I might forget, leave town and spend your dollar.” 

Est. $75-$ 125 



13447 Fr. 1701. 1934 $10.Silver Certificate. PCGS Gem New 

66 PPQ. A vibrant example of this $10 Silver Certificate 
design type with deeply embossed overprints and fantastic 
centering and margins. 

Est. $200-$300 

13448 Fr. 1701. 1934 $10 Silver Certificate. PCGS Very Choice 

New 64 PPQ. A near Gem example with fresh original 
paper. 

Est. $100-$150 

13449 Fr. 1702^. 1934A $10 Silver Certificate Star Note. PCGS 
Very Fine 30. Even circulation and pleasing appeal on this 
replacement. 

Est. $150-$250 



13450 Fr. 1703. 1934B $10 Silver Certificate. PCGS Extremely 
Fine 40 PPQ. An elusive 1934B series note that shows with 
terrific originality and nice centering and margins. 

Est. $250-$350 

13451 Fr. 1704. 1934C $10 Silver Certificate. PCGS Gem New 65 

PPQ. This pack fresh example exhibits nice centering and 
well embossed overprints. 

Est. $125-$175 



13452 Fr. 1704^. 1934C $10 Silver Certificate Star Note. PMG 
Choice Uncirculated 63 EPQ. A fresh and attractive 
example of this 1934C replacement showing with large 
margins at all sides, save for the bottom. Nicely embossed 
and a note that pulls a strong premium at Gem level, making 
this Choice Uncirculated piece an attractive alternative. 

Est. $300-$500 


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13453 Fr. 1705. 1934D $10 Silver Certificate. PCGS Gem New 66 

PPQ. Sensational originality and centering are both present 
on this high end Gem example. 

Est. $250-$350 



13454 Fr. 1705. 1934D $10 Silver Certificate. PCGS Very Choice 
New 64. Narrow. A more elusive Narrow type in higher 
grades with this piece bordering on a Gem state. 

Est. $300-$500 

13455 Fr. 1706^. 1953 $10 Silver Certificate Star Note. PCGS 
Very Fine 30 PPQ. A note that shows with the appeal of a 
higher grade with subtle circulation and original paper. 

Est. $100-$150 



Small Size Federal Reserve 
Bank Notes 


13459 Fr. 1850-D. 1929 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Note. 

Cleveland. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. An appealing 
piece with deeply embossed overprints and lovely detail 
throughout the design. Housed in an old generation PMG 
holder without an “EPQ” designation which currently is 
synonymous with the “65” grade. 

Est. $300-$400 

13460 Fr. 1850-D. 1929 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Note. 

Cleveland. PMG Choice Uncirculated 63 Net. Repaired. 

Nice appeal and nicely embossed overprints. A repair at the 
upper left corner is mentioned. 

Est. $100-$150 

13461 Fr. 1890-G. 1929 $100 Federal Reserve Bank Note. 
Chicago. PMG Choice Uncirculated 63 EPQ. Dark inks 
give outstanding detail on this highest denomination 
Federal Reserve Bank Note. 

Est. $300-$500 

13462 Fr. 1890-G. 1929 $100 Federal Reserve Bank Note. 
Chicago. PMG Choice Uncirculated 63 EPQ. One of two 

attractive notes on this catalog number we are offering with 
nicely embossed overprints and pleasing color. 

Est. $300-$500 



13463 Fr. 1850-G^. 1929 $5 Federal Reserve Bank Star Note. 
Chicago. Fine. Mostly even circulation on this replacement 
with just a minor stain at the right of the portrait to mention. 

Est. $200-$300 


13456 Fr. 1707. 1953 A $10 Silver Certificate. PCGS Gem New 

66 PPQ. A more difficult series to locate in appealing Gem 
grades such as this pleasing piece. Unquestionably original 
and nicely centered. 

Est. $400-$600 

13457 Fr. 1707^. 1953A $10 Silver Certificate Star Note. PCGS 
Very Fine 30 PPQ. One of a versed group of $10 Silver 
Certificates we are offering. 

Est. $75-$125 

13458 Fr. 1708. 1953B $10 Silver Certificate. PCGS Very Choice 

New 64 PPQ. A near Gem representation of this 1953B Ten 
Dollar Silver Certificate design. 

Est. $125-$175 


Small Size Federal Reserve Notes 

13464 Lot of (12) Fr. 1900-A^ to L^. 1963 $1. Federal Reserve 
Notes. Choice to Gem Uncirculated. District Set. An 

always popular district set of replacements for this 1963 
issue. 

Est. $50-$75 

13465 Fr. 1928-D. 2003 $1 Federal Reserve Note. Cleveland. 
Choice Uncirculated. Radar Serial Number. An appealing 
serial number of D00800800A. 

Est. $20-$30 


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13466 Lot of (100) Fr. 1933-L^. 2006 $1. Federal Reserve Star 
Notes. Gem Uncirculated. Original Pack. A full pack of 
replacement notes on this San Francisco district. 

Est. $300-$500 

13467 Fr. 1935-L^. 1976 $2 Federal Reserve Star Note. San 
Francisco. PCGS Superb Gem New 68 PPQ. Spectacular 
quality is found at each technical aspect of this Two Dollar 
Federal Reserve Note replacement. 

Est. $300-$500 

13468 Fr. 1938-B. 2003 A $2 Federal Reserve Note. New York. 
PCGS Superb Gem New 67 PPQ. A near solid serial 
number of B99939999B on this Two Dollar Federal Reserve 
Note. 

Est. $50-$75 



13469 Fr. 1951-E. 1928 A $5 Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. 
PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. An appealing example 
of this numerical district seal 1928 A series FRN from 
the Richmond district. Nicely embossed and well inked 
throughout. 

Est. $250-$350 



13470 Fr. 1951-H. 1928A $5 Federal Reserve Note. St. Louis. 
PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. Highly attractive ink 
tones and blast white paper create strong contrast on this 
numerical district seal note. 

Est. $200-$300 



13471 Fr. 1952-G^. 1928B $5 Federal Reserve Star Note. 
Philadelphia. PMG Very Fine 20. An elusive replacement 
note that is offered here in an attractive mid-grade. 

Est. $200-$300 

13472 Fr. 1966-L. 1950E $5 Federal Reserve Note. San Francisco. 
PCGS Gem New 65 PPQ. Pack fresh with nice centering 
and margins. 

Est. $50-$75 



13473 Fr. 2000- J. 1928 $10 Federal Reserve Note. Kansas City. 
PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. These 1928 series notes 
always come with fantastically bright white paper stock and 
this offering is no exception. Great contrast from both the 
primary design and overprints are had. 

Est. $250-$350 

13474 Fr. 200 1-G. 1928 A $10 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. 
PCGS Very Choice New 64 PPQ. A well inked impression 
and blast white paper are noted on this near Gem example. 

Est. $175-$250 

13475 Lot of (6) Fr. 2004- J. 1934 $10 Federal Reserve Notes. 
Kansas City. Choice Uncirculated. Consecutive run of 
six notes. A bright run of these light green seal notes that 
matches well to a group of $20 notes we are offering from 
the same series and district. 

Est. $400-$600 



13476 Fr. 2008-B^. 1934C $10 Federal Reserve Star Note. New 
York. PCGS Very Choice New 64 PPQ. Fresh original 
paper and a note that borders ever so close to a Gem grade. 

Est. $200-$300 


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13477 Fr. 2053-G. 1928C $20 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. 
PMG Extremely Fine 40. A scarce 1928C note that shows 
here in an appealing Extremely Fine state with lovely 
centering. 

Est. $300-$400 

13478 Fr. 2053-G. 1928C $20 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. 
PMG Choice Very Fine 35. Consecutive to another we are 
offering from this scarce series. 

Est. $200-$300 

13479 Lot of (6) Fr. 2054- A. 1934 $20 Federal Reserve Notes. 
Kansas City. Choice to Gem Uncirculated. Consecutive 
run of six notes. A delightful light green seal group of these 
$20 Federal Reserve Notes. 

Est. $400-$600 



1 3480 Fr. 2057-F^. 1 934C $20 Federal Reserve Star Note. Atlanta. 
PCGS Extremely Fine 40. A pleasing lightly circulated 
example of this challenging 1934C series replacement that 
shows with a likable serial number of F00770000'^. 

Est. $300-$500 



13481 Fr. 2102-Hlgs. 1934 $50 Federal Reserve Note. St. Louis. 
PMG Choice Uncirculated 64. A near Gem light green seal 
$50 Federal Reserve Note that is seldom available this nice. 

Est. $200-$300 


13482 Fr. 2103-E. 1934A $50 Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. 
PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. This highly important 
$50 Federal Reserve Note is highly scarce in Uncirculated 
with this Richmond note one of just four graded in the 
entire Uncirculated range according to PMGs population 
report. 

Est. $300-$500 



13483 Fr. 220 1-G. 1934 $500 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. 
PMG Choice About Uncirculated 58 EPQ. We can only 
observe slight handling as the limiting factor in grade when 
looking through the encapsulation surface. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



13484 Fr. 2202-G. 1934A $500 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. 
PCGS Choice New 55. Just a touch of circulation on this 
problem free for the grade $500 Federal Reserve Note. 

Est. $1250-$1750 



13485 Fr. 2202-G. 1934A $500 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. 
PCGS Choice About New 55. One of a small tightly 
numbered group of About Uncirculated notes from this 
Chicago district we are offering. Terrific centering and 
margins on this piece. 

Est. $1250-$1750 


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13486 Lot of (3) $10 Federal Reserve Notes. About Uncirculated 
to Gem Uncirculated. Including the following; 1950 
Narrow Philadelphia in PCGS New 62 PPQ; 1950D New 
York in PCGS Choice About New 58 PPQ; 1981 Chicago 
Star in PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. 

Est. $75-$ 125 


13492 Fr. 2309"^. 1934A $10 North Africa Emergency Star Note. 
PMG Very Fine 25. Mostly even circulation and problem 
free for the technical grade. 

Est. $250-$350 

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13487 Lot of (3) Fr. 2300. 1935 A $1 Hawaii Emergency Note. 
Choice Uncirculated. Consecutive run of three notes. A 
pack fresh trio. 

Est. $300-$500 



13488 Fr. 2300^. 1935 A $1 Hawaii Emergency Star Note. PCGS 
Very Fine 30 PPQ. Light and even circulation with original 
paper on this scarce “Hawaii” overprint replacement. 

Est. $300-$500 

13489 Fr. 2305. 1934A $20 Hawaii Emergency Note. About 
Uncirculated. Just a very faint vertical bend for circulation 
on this well centered example. 

Est. $250-$350 

13490 Fr. 2305. 1934A $20 Hawaii Emergency Note. PCGS 
Extremely Fine 40 PPQ. Nicely centered and with only 
light circulation. 

Est. $150-$200 



13491 Fr. 2306. 1935 A $1 North Africa Emergency Note. PCGS 

Gem New 65 PPQ. A pristine example of this “BC” block 
North Africa Replacement type. 

Est. $250-$350 


13493 Fr. 2402. 1928 $20 Gold Certificate. PMG Very Fine 30 

EPQ. Nicely centered and even circulation on this $20 Gold 
Certificate. 

Est. $125-$175 

13494 Fr. 2405. 1928 $100 Gold Certificate. PMG Choice Fine 

15. These $100 Gold Certificates are quite desirable in any 
state of preservation. This piece shows with mostly even 
wear. 

Est. $400-$600 

Mixed Small Size 


13495 Lot of (12) U.S. Small Size Type Notes. Very Good-Fine 
to Choice Uncirculated. A useful lot of small size notes. 
Included are: 1935 A $1 Hawaii, CU. 1935 A $1 North Africa, 
VF. (2) 1928G $2 Legal Tenders, VE. 1928E $2 Legal Tender, 
VE. 1928C $5 Legal Tender, VE rust. 1928C $5 Legal Tender, 
Eine Net, rust, discoloration, pencil. 1928B $5 FRN Atlanta, 
VE 1929 $5 ERBN Kansas City, VG-Eine. 1934A $10 North 
Africa, AU, ink. 1929 $100 ERBN Richmond, VF, wallet 
stains, annotations. 1929 $100 ERBN Minneapolis, Very 
Fine. Close inspection is suggested. There will be no returns 
on this lot for any reason. 

Est. $400-$600 

Fancy Serial Numbers 



13496 Fr. 1601. 1928A $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Gem 
Uncirculated 65 EPQ. Low Serial Number. An impressive 
three digit note with the serial number S00000127A. Well 
centered and pack fresh. 

Est. $200-$300 



13497 Fr. 1619. 1957 $1 Silver Certificate. PCGS Very Choice 
New 64 PPQ. Low Serial Number. A pack fresh note with a 
likable serial number of V00000038A. 

Est. $200-$300 


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13498 Fr. 1619. 1957 $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Choice 
Uncirculated 64. Low Serial Number. An appealing two 
digit note with the serial Y00000087A. 

Est. $250-$350 

13499 Lot of (10) $1 Federal Reserve Notes. PCGS Gem New 65 
PPQ. Radar Serial Numbers. Another pleasing grouping 
of notes that all show with radar serial numbers. All but a 
single 1993 note are pre-1990 series. All graded PCGS Gem 
New 65 PPQ. 

Est. $150-$250 

13500 Lot of (15) $1 Federal Reserve Notes. PCGS Gem New 
65 PPQ. Radar Serial Numbers. A large group of radar 
notes with most being found on modern series with a trio 
of 1969D notes also observed. All graded by PCGS as Gem 
New 65 PPQ. 

Est. $200-$300 

Error Notes 



13501 Fr. 1621. 1957B $1. Silver Certificate. PCGS Gem New 65 
PPQ. Mismatched Serial Numbers. A lovely Gem example 
of this U37/U47 mismatch. 

Est. $350-$450 



13502 Fr. 1908-F^. 1974 $1 Federal Reserve Star Note. Atlanta. 
PCGS Very Choice New 64 PPQ. Turned Digit. Although 
not a dramatic error this piece is significant as the error 
occurred on a note intended to replace an error. 

Est. $150-$250 



13503 Fr. 191 0-L. 1977A $1 Federal Reserve Note. San Francisco. 
PMG Choice Uncirculated 64 EPQ. Misalignment. A 

dramatic shit left of the second printing leaving a portion of 
the right adjacent note. 

Est. $200-$300 

13504 Fr. 1912-F. 1981 A $1 Federal Reserve Note. Atlanta. 
PCGS Extremely Fine 45 PPQ. Misaligned Face Printing. 

Just light circulation on this appealing alignment error. 

Est. $150-$200 



13505 Fr. 1915-J. 1988 A $1 Federal Reserve Note. Kansas City. 
PMG Very Fine 25 EPQ. Misalignment. A dramatic shift 
and seen with only even circulation. 

Est. $150-$250 



13506 Fr. 1 9 1 5-L. 1 988 A $ 1 Federal Reserve Note. San Francisco. 
PCGS Gem New 66 PPQ. Misalignment. Well preserved 
and showing with the first and second printing shifted 
upwards. 

Est. $150-$250 

13507 Fr. 1913-E. 1985 $1 Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. 
PCGS Very Fine 20 Apparent. Repaired Edge Tear at Top 
Right of Center. Inverted Overprint. A well circulated but 
still entirely collectible type II inverted overprint error. 

Est. $150-$250 


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13508 Fr. 191 8-R 1993 $1. Federal Reserve Note. Atlanta. PCGS 
Extremely Fine 45 PPQ. Inverted Overprint. Light even 
circulation on this type II inverted overprint error. 

Est. $300-$500 



13509 Fr. 1924-C. 1991 $1 Federal Reserve Note. Philadelphia. 
Extremely Fine. Inverted Overprint. Just light circulation 
on this type II inverted overprint. 

Est. $200-$300 

13510 Fr. 2023- A. 1977 $1 Federal Reserve Note. Boston. Very 
Fine. Inverted Overprint. Original with even circulation. 

Est. $150-$250 

13511 Fr. 1913-1. 1985 $1 Federal Reserve Note. Minneapolis. 
PCGS About New 53 PPQ. Overprint on Back. Just light 
circulation on this overprint on back error type. 

Est. $200-$300 

13512 Fr. 1921-E. 1995 $1. Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. 
PCGS Gem New 66 PPQ. Insufficient Inking of Face 
Printing. One of an impressive grouping of error notes we 
are offering with this piece showing insufficient inking of 
the face design. 

Est. $200-$300 

13513 Lot of (5) Fr. 1921-F. 1995 $1 Federal Reserve Notes. 
Atlanta. PCGS Very Choice New 64 PPQ & Gem New 65 
PPQ. Insufficient Inking. An appealing group with four 
notes consecutive and the other only a few notes off. All 
show with a fairly dramatic under- inking of the back design. 
Two pieces graded Gem New 65 PPQ while the others are 
Very Choice New 64 PPQ. 

Est. $350-$450 

13514 Lot of (4) Fr. 1921-F. 1995 $1 Federal Reserve Notes. 
Atlanta. PCGS Very Choice New 64 PPQ & Gem New 
65 PPQ. Insufficient Inking. A consecutive run of these 
appealing error notes with all graded Very Choice New 64 
PPQ, save for one Gem New 65 PPQ note. 

Est. $300-$400 

13515 Fr. 1978-G. 1985 $5 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. PCGS 
Gem New 65 PPQ. Insufficient Inking of Face Printing. 

A dramatic error note that shows in a lovely Gem state of 
preservation. 

Est. $150-$250 


13516 Fr. 1978-J. 1985 $5 Federal Reserve Note. Kansas City. 
About Uncirculated. Insufficient Ink. Just a touch of 
circulation on this note showing with the lower portion of 
the first print absent. 

Est. $50-$100 

13517 Fr. Unknown. No Date $5 Federal Reserve Note. Atlanta. 
PCGS Choice About New 55. Insufficient Inking of Face 
Printing. An appealing insufficient inking error that renders 
the note unattributed. 

Est. $200-$300 

13518 Fr. 2073-E. 1981 $20 Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. 
PCGS Choice About New 58. Insufficient Inking. Just a 
touch of circulation on this error note. 

Est. $150-$250 

13519 Fr. 1978-F. 1985 $5. Federal Reserve Note. Atlanta. PCGS 
Choice About New 55 PPQ. Full Face to Back Offset. A 

dark face to back offset with just minor circulation and 
original paper. 

Est. $150-$250 

13520 Fr. 2027-E. 1985 $10 Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. 
PMG Extremely Fine 40. Back to Face Offset. A pleasing 
error with a full back to face offset. 

Est. $50-$70 



13521 Fr. 2071-B. 1974 $20. Federal Reserve Note. New York. 
PCGS Gem New 66 PPQ. Partial Face to Back Offset. 

Terrific quality on this error note. 

Est. $200-$300 



13522 Fr. 2073-G. 1981 $20. Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. 
PCGS Gem New 66 PPQ. Partial Back to Face Offset. A 

terrifically dark partial back to face offset with roughly 85% 
of the back design transposed to the face. Nicely centered 
and pack fresh. 

Est. $200-$300 

13523 Fr. 2126-C. 1996 $50. Federal Reserve Note. Philadelphia. 
About Uncirculated. Back to Face Offset. An appealing 
full back to face offset on this short lived $50 design type. 

Est. $100-$150 

13524 Lot of (2) Fr. ? 1977 $10 Federal Reserve Notes. Very Fine. 
Missing Print. Two missing third print errors with one 
piece showing trimmed margins. 

Est. $100-$150 


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13525 Fr. 2094-0"^. 2006 $20 Federal Reserve Star Note. Chicago. 
PCGS Gem New 66 PPQ. Overinked Star in LR Serial 
Numbers. An interesting over inking at the right “star” on 
the serial number. 

Est. $50-$75 

13526 Lot of (3) $5 Federal Reserve Notes. PCGS Graded. Ink 
Smears. A pleasing group with the following; Fr. 1777-F 
in PCGS Extremely Fine 40 with large black ink smear at 
center; Fr. 1973-H in PCGS Choice New 63 PPQ with small 
ink smear at upper left center; Fr. 1973-F in PCGS Choice 
About New 55 with ink smear at upper right center. 

Est. $150-$250 

13527 Fr. 2079-F. 1993 $20. Federal Reserve Note. Atlanta. 
PCGS Gem New 65 PPQ. Ink Smear on Face. A large and 
heavy ink smear at the left in green ink on this otherwise 
well preserved note. 

Est. $200-$300 

13528 Lot of (6) Fr. 1913-C. 1985 $1 Federal Reserve Notes. 
Philadelphia. About Uncirculated. Board Breaks. An 

appealing consecutive run of error notes that show with 
each exhibiting a progressively more severe board break 
error. All Uncirculated save for the last note which shows a 
corner tip fold. 

Est. $200-$300 


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13529 Fr. 1609. 1935 A $1 Silver Certificate. PMG Very Fine 30. 
“R” Experimental. Gutter Fold. A very uncommon error 
on this “R” experimental type. 

Est. $300-$500 

13530 Fr. 2022-G. 1974 $10 Federal Reserve Note. Chicago. PMG 
Choice Extremely Fine 45 Net. Foreign Substance. Gutter 

Fold. A large gutter fold at right and only light circulation. 

Est. $70-$100 



13531 Fr. 2169-L. 1891 $100 Federal Reserve Note. San 
Francisco. Very Fine. Minor Ink. Gutter Fold. A dramatic 
vertical gutter fold error is found on this $100. The fold runs 
top to bottom through the District Seal. A minor area of ink 
is seen just outside of the Treasury Seal. 

Est. $150-$200 

13532 Fr. 191 3-E. 1985 $1. Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. 
PCGS Gem New 65. Pre-Face Print Foldover; Cutting 
Error. An attractive error note in a pleasing Gem state. 

Est. $200-$300 


13533 Fr. 201 1-E. 1950A $10 Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. 
PCGS Extremely Fine. Cutting Error with BEP Rejection 
Stickers. Quite appealing with a trio of BEP rejection 
stickers holding down the fold over error at the upper right. 

Est. $150-$200 



13534 Fr. 1928-E. 2003 $1. Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. 
PCGS Very Choice New 64. Pre-Face Print Foldover. A 

dramatic fold over error that shows with a pre face print fold 
that remained that way throughout the remainder of the 
production. 

Est. $300-$500 

13535 Fr. 2020-E. 1969B $10. Federal Reserve Note. Richmond. 
PCGS Extremely Fine 45 PPQ. Printed Foldover. This 
pleasing fold ever error shows with the upper right corner 
showing a printed fold over. Sheet numbers seen at the fold 
out. 

Est. $150-$250 

13536 Fr. 2027-K. 1985 $10. Federal Reserve Note. Dallas. PCGS 
About New 50 PPQ. Pre-Face Print Foldover. A small fold 
over at the lower right. 

Est. $150-$250 

13537 Fr. 2124-B. 1990 $50 Federal Reserve Note. New York. 
PMG Very Fine 30. Obstructed Printing Error. A partially 
obstructed third print with the right serial number and 
treasury seal missing. 

Est. $300-$400 

13538 Lot of (4) Mixed Federal Reserve Error Note. Very Fine 
to About Uncirculated. An appealing quartet with the 
following. 1977 $1 Chicago with insufficient inking of the 
third print in AU; 1977A $5 New York with a board break 
on the back design in Very Fine with small tear; 1996 $20 
New York with a misaligned face printing in Very Fine; 1990 
$100 St. Louis with ink smears in AU. 

Est. $250-$350 


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National Bank Notes 


Nebraska 


Hawaii 



13539 Honolulu, Hawaii. $5 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1800-1. Bishop NB 
of Hawaii at Honolulu. Charter #5550. PCGS Very Fine 
35 Apparent. Paper Toned. A near EF note with well 
embossed overprints and just an even tone to the paper to 
report. 

Est. $250-$350 

Kentucky 



13540 Harrodsburg, Kentucky. $10 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1801-1. 
Mercer County NB. Charter #13612. Fine- Very Fine. This 
Mercer County bank issued small size notes only. Just 16 
are recorded in the census along with two sheets. This Ten 
features lucky serial number A000013A. 

Est. $200-$300 

Massachusetts 


13541 Stockbridge, Massachusetts. $20 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1802-1. 
The Housatonic NB. Charter #1170. Fine. A more difficult 
location and this note shows nearly in a Very Fine grade and 
is limited by only a few stains and pinholes. 

Est. $300-$500 

Michigan 


13542 Grand Rapids, Michigan. $50 1929 Ty 1. Fr. 1803-1. The 
National City Bank. Charter #3293. Fine. A few pinholes 
and thinning on this $50 note. 

Est. $150-$250 

Minnesota 


13543 Minneapolis, Minnesota. $10 Ty. 1. Fr. 1801-1. The First 
NB. Charter #710. Choice Uncirculated. Boldly inked 
with deep embossing, this is a nearly gem Ten with large 
margins and crisp, bright paper. 

Est. $150-$250 



13544 Osceola, Nebraska. $20 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1802-1. The First 
NB. Charter #6493. Very Fine Net. Repaired. A bright 
and just moderately circulated $20 from this Polk County 
banking institution. The note is well centered with good 
color. There is a repaired edge tear at bottom left below the 
serial number. 

Est. $300-$500 

New Jersey 

13545 Bloomsbury, New Jersey. $5 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1800-1. The 
Citizens NB. Charter #10712. Very Fine. Even circulation 
on this Bloomsburg New Jersey note. 

Est. $200-$300 



13546 Paterson, New Jersey. $50 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1803-1. The 
Paterson NB. Charter #4072. PMG Very Fine 30. Original 
paper is mentioned on this $50 Type 1 note and just a single 
pinhole at top center likely prevented an “EPQ” designation. 

Est. $150-$250 

13547 Pleasantville, New Jersey. $5 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1800-1. 
The Pleasantville NB. Charter #12510. Fine. An always 
popular New Jersey town that is offered here with only some 
edge tears mostly at the top margin to mention. 

Est. $150-$250 

13548 Tom’s River, New Jersey. Bank of Ocean County. ND 
(18xx). $3. Fair. Obsolete Currency. (NJ-515 G4a) 
American Bank Note Co. New York. The last installment in 
this rare group of notes on this seldom available locale with 
this note showing sadly again with missing pieces. Still nice 
detail of the vignettes and primary design considering the 
technical grade. 

Est. $100-$150 


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Ohio 



13549 Toledo, Ohio. $10 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1801-1. The First NB. 
Charter #91. PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ. One of two 

notes we are offering on this 91st chartered note with both 
being from the same sheet. This “J” plate position example 
provides great appeal throughout all the technical aspects. 

Est. $250-$350 

Pennsylvania 



13550 Clintonville, Pennsylvania. $20 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1801-2. The 
Peoples NB. Charter #9154. Choice Very Fine. A bright 
and moderately circulated Type 1 $20 from this Venango 
County bank. Small size examples are the more obtainable 
choice for those looking to obtain a note from this bank as 
about a dozen are known compared to just two large size 
notes. 

Est. $200-$300 

13551 Danville, Pennsylvania. $20 1929 Ty. 2. Fr. 1802-2. The 
Danville NB. Charter #1078. Very Fine. Original and 
evenly circulated. 

Est. $100-$150 



13552 Lykens, Pennsylvania. $10 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1801-1. The First 
NB. Charter #11062. Fine. A scarce small size offering from 
this Dauphin County bank. This new to the census Type-1 
Ten brings the total small known to just 14 examples. The 
note has some minor staining and edge nicks often seen for 
notes in this grade range. 

Est. $200-$300 



13553 Malvern, Pennsylvania. $5 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1800-1. The NB. 
Charter #3147. Choice Very Fine. Bright snappy paper 
is found on this Choice mid-grade Type-1 Five from this 
Southeastern Pennsylvania bank. The note is well centered 
with large margins all around. 

Est. $300-$500 



13554 Masontown, Pennsylvania. $20 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1802-1. The 
Masontown NB. Charter #6528. Fine. A scarce small size 
Type 1 $20 from this Fayette County bank. This example is 
just the eighth small size note reported on the bank. This 
example is evenly circulated and nicely centered. 

Est. $200-$300 

13555 Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania. $10 1902 PB. Fr. 626. The 
Union NB. Charter #8393. Fine. An appealing town name 
and offered here with nice signatures and even wear. 

Est. $150-$250 



13556 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. $5 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1800-1. The 
First NB. Charter #6301. Choice Uncirculated. An amply 
margined and crisp Type 1 $5 from this bank owned by the 
Mellon family. Former bank president A.W. Mellon was 
United States Secretary of the Treasury at the time this note 
was issued with his brother, R.B. Mellon as bank president. 
Bold embossing is easily observed. 

Est. $200-$300 


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Texas 



13557 San Antonio, Texas. $10 1929 Ty. 1. Fr. 1801-1. The Alamo 
NB. Charter #4525. Very Fine. This bright and evenly 
circulated $10 hails from a popular Texas bank named for 
the Alamo Mission. The centerpiece of present-day San 
Antonio, Texas, the Alamo was a Texian Army compound 
in 1836 when Mexican General Antonio Lopez de Santa 
Anna laid siege to the fort and then later attacked it. The 
attack resulted in the deaths of all or nearly all the Texians 
sheltered inside including James Bowie and Davy Crockett. 
A great national banknote title. 

Est. $150-$250 

Wisconsin 



13558 Milwaukee, Wisconsin. $5 1902 PB. Fr. 607. The Marine 
NB. Charter #5458. Very Fine. Nicely centered and free 
from any problems. 

Est. $125-$175 


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mium charged to all other Buyers. Stacks Bowers reserves the right to include in any 
auction sale its own material as well as material from affiliated or related companies, 
principals, officers or employees. Stacks Bowers may have direct or indirect interests 
in any of the lots in the auction and may collect commissions. THE TWO PRECEED- 
ING SENTENCES SHALL BE DEEMED A PART OP THE DESCRIPTION OP ALL 
LOTS CONTAINED IN THE CATALOG. Where the Consignor has repurchased a lot 
and the lot is either returned to the Consignor or otherwise dealt with or disposed 
of in accordance with the Consignors direction, or pursuant to contractual agree- 
ment, Stacks Bowers reserves the right to so note in the prices realized or to omit a 
price from the prices realized. Stacks Bowers and its affiliates may bid for their own 
account at any auction. Stacks Bowers and its affiliates may have information about 
any lot that is not known publicly, and Stacks Bowers and its affiliates reserves the 
right to use such information, in a manner determined solely by them and for their 
benefit, without disclosing such information in the catalog, catalog description or at 
the auction. Bidder acknowledges and agrees that Stacks Bowers and its affiliates are 
not required to pay a Buyer s Premium, or other charges that other Bidders may be re- 
quired to pay and may have access to information concerning the lots that is not oth- 
erwise available to the public. Any claimed conflict of interest or claimed competitive 
advantage resulting therefrom is expressly waived by all participants in the Auction 
Sale. Lots may carry a reserve (“Reserve”). A Reserve is a price or bid below which the 
Auctioneer will not sell an item or will repurchase on behalf of the Consignor or for 
Stacks Bowers. Reserves may be confidential and not disclosed. The Buyer is the Bid- 
der who makes the highest bid accepted by the Auctioneer, and includes the principal 
of any Bidder acting as an agent. 

2. Descriptions and Grading. Bidder acknowledges that grading of most coins and 
currency in this Auction has been determined by independent grading services, and 
those that are not may be graded by Stacks Bowers. Grading of rare coins and cur- 
rency is subjective and, even though grading has a material effect on the value of the 
coins and currency, grading may differ among independent grading services and 
among numismatists. Stacks Bowers is not responsible for the grades assigned by 
independent grading services, and makes no warranty or representation regarding 
such grades. Bidder further acknowledges and agrees that grades assigned by Stacks 
Bowers and lot descriptions are based solely upon an examination of the coins and 
currency and are intended to identify coins and currency and note any perceived 
characteristics. However, coin grading and descriptions are subjective. Stacks Bowers 
does not warrant the accuracy of such grading or descriptions, nor do they in any way 
form the basis for any bid. All photographs in this catalog are of the actual items being 
sold but may not be the actual size or to scale. 

3. The Bidding Process. The Auctioneer shall have the right to open or accept the 
bidding on any lot by placing a bid on behalf of the Consignor or his or her agent; 
a Bidder by mail, telephone, Internet or telefax; or any other participant in the Auc- 
tion Sale. Bids must be for an entire lot and each lot constitutes a separate sale. All 
bids (excluding Internet bids) must be in increment as established by the Auctioneer, 
or half increment (a cut bid). Non-conforming bids will be rounded up or down to 
the nearest full or half increment and this rounded bid will be the bidders high bid. 
No lot will be broken up unless otherwise permitted by the Auctioneer. Lots will be 
sold in their numbered sequence unless Auctioneer directs otherwise. All material 
shall be sold in separate lots to the highest Bidder as determined by the Auctioneer. 
Auctioneer shall have the right in its sole and absolute discretion to accept or de- 
cline any bid, establish bid increments, challenge any bid or bidding increment, to 
reduce any mail bid received, adjudicate all bidding disputes, to exclude any bidder 
and to determine the prevailing bid. The Auctioneer shall have the right, but not the 
obligation, to rescind the acceptance of any bid and place the lot(s) for Auction Sale 
again. Auctioneer s decision on all bidding disputes shall be binding and final. Eor the 
mail and Internet Bidders protection, no “unlimited” or “buy” bids will be accepted. 


When identical bids are received for a lot, preference is given to the first bid received 
as determined by the Auctioneer. A mail bid will take precedence over an identical 
floor bid; a Eloor Bidder, Telephone Bidder and Live Internet Bidder must bid higher 
than the highest mail bid to be awarded any lot. Cut bids are only accepted on bids 
greater than $500 and each bidder may only execute one cut bid per lot. Bids will not 
be accepted from persons under eighteen (18) years of age without a parents written 
consent which acknowledges the Terms of Sale herein and agrees to be bound thereby 
on behalf of the underage Bidder. The auction sale is complete when the Auctioneer 
so announces by the fall of the hammer or in any other customary manner. 

THIS IS NOT AN APPROVAL SALE. Bidders who physically attend the Auction sale, 
either personally or through an agent (“Eloor Bidders”) should carefully examine all 
lots which they are interested in purchasing. Bidders who bid by telephone, either 
personally or through an agent, or through our live auction software receive a similar 
benefit as Eloor Bidders in being able to actively participate in the live Auction Sale 
(“Telephone Bidders” and “Live Internet Bidders”). Except as otherwise expressly 
provided in these Terms of Sale, NO PURCHASED ITEMS MAY BE RETURNED EOR 
ANY REASON. All prospective Bidders who examine the lot(s) prior to the Auction 
Sale personally assume all responsibility for any damage that Bidder causes to the 
lot(s). Stacks Bowers shall have sole discretion in determining the value of the dam- 
age caused, which shall be promptly paid by such Bidder. 

Certain auctions (iAuctions), will be conducted exclusively over the Internet, and bids 
will be accepted only from pre-registered Bidders. 

STACK’S BOWERS IS NOT RESPONSIBLE EOR ANY ERRORS IN BIDDING. All Bid- 
ders should make certain to bid on the correct lot and that the bid is the bid intended. 
Once the hammer has fallen and the Auctioneer has announced the Buyer, the Buyer 
is unconditionally bound to pay for the lot, even if the Buyer made a mistake. Stack’s 
Bowers reserves the right to withdraw any lot at any time, even after the hammer has 
fallen, until the Buyer has taken physical possession of the lot. No participant in the 
Auction Sale shall have a right to claim any damages, including consequential dam- 
ages if a lot is withdrawn, even if the withdrawal occurs after the Auction Sale. 

4. Bidder Registration Required. All persons seeking to bid must complete and sign 
a registration card either at the auction or online, or otherwise qualifying to bid, as 
determined in the sole discretion of the Auctioneer. By submitting a bid, the Bidder 
acknowledges that Bidder has read the Terms and Conditions of Auction Sale, the 
descriptions for the lot(s) on which they have bid, and that they agree to be bound by 
these Terms of Sale. This agreement shall be deemed to have been made and entered 
in California. The Bidder acknowledges that the invoice describing a lot by number 
incorporates the catalog and Terms of Sale. Person appearing on the OEAC list are 
not eligible to bid. 

5. Buyer’s Premiums. A premium of seventeen and one-half percent (17 1/2%) based 
upon the total amount of the hammer (minimum of $15), will be added to all pur- 
chases of individual lots, regardless of affiliation with any group or organization (the 
“Buyer’s Premium”). A reacquisition charge may apply to Consignors pursuant to a 
separate agreement, which may be higher or lower than the Buyer’s Premium. 

6. Payment. Payment is due immediately upon the fall of the auctioneer’s hammer. 
Payment is delinquent and in default if not received in full, in good funds, within 
fourteen (14) calendar days of the Auction Sale (the “Default Date”), without ex- 
ception, time being of the essence. Unless otherwise agreed in writing prior to the 
Auction Sale, all auction sales are payable strictly in immediately available good US. 
funds, through a bank in the United States. Payments may be made by credit card, 
Paypal, check, wire transfer, money order and cashier’s check. Cash transactions will 
be accepted in the sole discretion of Stack’s Bowers, and if accepted, for any cash 
transaction or series of transactions exceeding $10,000, a Treasury Eorm 8300 will be 
filed. Contact Stack’s Bowers for wiring instructions before sending a wire. We accept 
payment by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover or Paypal for invoices up 
to $2,500, with a maximum of $10,000 in any 30 day period. All payments are subject 
to a clearing period. Checks drawn on US. banks will be subject to up to a 10 business 
day hold, and checks drawn on foreign banks will be subject to a 30 day hold. Stack’s 
Bowers reserves the right not to release lots for which good funds have not yet been 
received. On any past due accounts. Stack’s Bowers reserves the right, without notice, 
to extend credit and impose carrying charges (as described below). Buyers agree to 


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pay reasonable attorneys fees and cost incurred to collect past due accounts. Buyers 
personally and unconditionally guarantee payment in full of all amounts owed to 
Stacks Bowers. Any person submitting bids on behalf of a corporation or other entity, 
by making such bid, agrees to be personally jointly and severally liable for the pay- 
ment of the purchase price and any related charges and the performance of all Buyer 
obligations under these Terms of Sale and Stacks Bowers reserves the right to require 
a written guarantee of such payments and obligations. Bidders who have not estab- 
lished credit with Stacks Bowers must furnish satisfactory information and credit 
references and/or deposit at least twenty- five percent (25%) of their total bids for that 
Auction Sale session(s) or such other amount as Stacks Bowers may, in its sole and 
absolute discretion require before any bids from such Bidder will be accepted. Depos- 
its submitted will be applied to purchases. Any remaining deposits will be promptly 
refunded, upon clearance of funds. 

7. Sales Tax. Buyers will be charged all applicable sales tax, including Buyers who 
pick up at this Auction or shipments to Buyers in California and New York without a 
valid Resale Certificate which has been provided to the Auctioneer prior to the auc- 
tion. Please note that the purchase of any coin or bullion lot(s) with a price, including 
the Buyers Premium, in excess of: (i) One Thousand Dollars ($1,000), for auctions 
held in Maryland, are exempt from Maryland sales tax, and (ii) One Thousand Five 
Hundred Dollars ($1,500) are exempt from California sales tax. These exemptions 
do not apply purchases of currency. Purchases of coins and currency are exempt 
from sales tax in Illinois. Purchases of coins and bullion are exempt from sales tax in 
Pennsylvania, but currency purchased at auctions held in Pennsylvania are subject to 
Pennsylvania sales tax. Please note, this is not, and is not intended to be, a complete 
description of applicable sales tax laws in all jurisdictions. In the event any appli- 
cable sales tax is not paid by Buyer that should have been paid, even if not such tax 
was not collected by Stacks Bowers by mistake, error, negligence or gross negligence. 
Buyer nonetheless remains fully liable for and agrees to promptly pay such taxes on 
demand, together with any interest or penalty that may be assessed by the taxing 
authority. 

8. Financial Responsibility. In the event any applicable conditions of these Terms 
of Sale herein are not complied with by a Buyer or if the Buyer fails to make payment 
in full by the Default Date, Stacks Bowers reserves the right, in its sole discretion, in 
addition to all other remedies which it may have at law or in equity to rescind the sale 
of that lot or any other lot or lots sold to the defaulting Buyer, retaining all payments 
made by Buyer as liquidated damages, it being recognized that actual damages may 
be speculative or difficult to compute, and resell a portion or all of the lots held by 
Stacks Bowers, in a commercially reasonable manner, which may include a public 
or private sale, in a quantity sufficient in the opinion of Stacks Bowers to satisfy the 
indebtedness, plus all accrued charges, and Stacks Bowers may charge a sellers com- 
mission that is commercially reasonable. More than one such sale may take place at 
the option of Stacks Bowers. If Stacks Bowers resells the lots. Buyer agrees to pay for 
the reasonable cost of such sale, together with any incidental costs of sale, includ- 
ing reasonable attorneys fees and costs, cataloging and any other reasonable charges. 
Notice of the sale shall be by U.S.P.S. Certified Mail, Return Receipt Requested to the 
address utilized on the Bid Sheet, Auction Consignment and Security Agreement or 
other last known address by Stacks Bowers. The proceeds shall be applied first to the 
satisfaction of any damages occasioned by Buyers breach, then to any other indebt- 
edness owed to Stacks Bowers, including without limitation, commissions, handling 
charges, carrying charges, the expenses of both sales, sellers fees, reasonable attor- 
neys’ fees, costs, collection agency fees and costs and any other costs or expenses 
incurred. Buyer shall also be liable to Stack’s Bowers for any deficiency if the proceeds 
of such sale or sales are insufficient to cover such amounts. 

Buyer grants to Stack’s Bowers, its affiliates and assignees, the right to offset any sums 
due, or found to be due to Stack’s Bowers, and to make such offset from any past, 
current, or future consignment, or purchases that are in the possession or control 
of Stack’s Bowers; or from any sums due to Buyer by Stack’s Bowers, its affiliates and 
assignees. In addition, defaulting Buyers will be deemed to have granted to Stack’s 
Bowers, its affiliates and assignees, a security interest in: (x) the purchased lots and 
their proceeds, and (y) such sums or other items and their proceeds, in the possession 
of Stack’s Bowers, its affiliates or assignees, to secure all indebtedness due to Stack’s 
Bowers and its affiliated companies, plus all accrued expenses, carrying charges, sell- 
er’s fees, attorney fees, and costs, until the indebtedness is paid in full. Buyer grants 
Stack’s Bowers the right to file a UCC-1 financing statement for such items, and to 
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assign such interest to any affiliated or related company or any third party deemed 
appropriate by Stack’s Bowers. If the auction invoice is not paid for in full by the De- 
fault Date, a carrying charge of one-and-one-half percent (1-1/2%) per month may 
be imposed on the unpaid amount until it is paid in full. In the event this interest rate 
exceeds the interest permitted by law, the same shall be adjusted to the maximum rate 
permitted by law, and any amount paid in excess thereof shall be allocated to princi- 
pal. Buyer agrees to pay all reasonable attorney’s fees, court costs and other collection 
costs incurred by Stack’s Bowers or any affiliated or related company to collect past 
due invoices or to interpret or enforce the terms hereof or in any action or proceed- 
ing arising out of or related to the Auction Sale. Stack’s Bowers reserves the right to 
assign its interest to any third party. To the extent that the Buyer for any lot consists 
of more than one person or entity, each such person or entity is jointly and severally 
liable for all obligations of the Buyer, regardless of the title or capacity of such person 
or entity. Stack’s Bowers shall have all the rights of a secured creditor under Article 9 
of the California Commercial Code and all rights of the consignor to collect amounts 
due from the Buyer, whether at law or equity. 

9. Shipping. It is the Buyer’s responsibility to contact Stack’s Bowers after the sale to 
make shipping and packaging arrangements. Due to the fragile nature of some lots. 
Stack’s Bowers may elect not to assume responsibility for shipping or packing, or may 
charge additional shipping and handling. Lots indicated as being “framed” or that 
are specifically identified in the catalog are shipped at Buyer’s risk. All taxes, post- 
age, shipping, if applicable, handling, insurance costs, the Buyer’s Premium, and any 
other fees required by law to be charged or collected will be added to the invoice for 
any lots invoiced to Buyer. All lots will be shipped FOB Destination, freight prepaid 
and charged back. Title and risk of loss pass to the Buyer at the destination upon ten- 
der of delivery. Acceptance of delivery constitutes acceptance of the purchased lots. 
Inspection of the purchased lots is not required for acceptance. Any and all claims 
based upon Buyer’s failure to receive a purchased lot. Buyer’s receipt of a lot in dam- 
aged condition, or otherwise related to delivery, must be received in writing by Stack’s 
Bowers no later than the earlier of thirty (30) days after payment, or the date of the 
Auction Sale (the “Outside Claim Date”). As Buyers may not receive notification of 
shipment, it is Buyer’s responsibility to keep track of the Outside Claim Date and 
make timely notification of any such claim. The failure to make a timely claim, time 
being of the essence, shall constitute a waiver of any such claim. Orders paid by credit 
card will only be shipped to the verified address on file with the credit card merchant. 

10. DISCLAIMER AND WARRANTIES. NO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABIL- 
ITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IS MADE OR IMPLIED ON ANY 
LOT. NO WARRANTY, WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, IS MADE WITH RE- 
SPECT TO ANY LOT EXCEPT FOR WARRANTY OF TITLE, AND IN THE CASE OF 
TITLE, AUCTIONEER IS SELLING ONLY THAT RIGHT OR TITLE TO THE LOT 
THAT THE CONSIGNOR MAY HAVE AS OF THE AUCTION SALE DATE. ALL 
LOTS ARE SOLD “AS IS” AND WITH ALL FAULTS. PURCHASER HEREBY AS- 
SUMES ALL RISKS CONCERNING AND RELATED TO THE GRADING, QUALITY, 
DESCRIPTION, CONDITION, AUTHENTICITY, AND PROVENANCE OF A LOT. 

a. COINS AND CURRENCY LISTED IN THIS CATALOG GRADED BY PCGS, NGC, 
ANACS CACHET, ICG, PCGS CURRENCY, PMG OR ANY OTHER THIRD PARTY 
GRADING SERVICE OR EXAMINED BY THE BUYER PRIOR TO THE AUCTION 
SALE MAY NOT BE RETURNED EOR ANY REASON WHATSOEVER BY ANY 
BUYER, EXCEPT EOR CLAIMS RELATED TO AUTHENTICITY. 

b. Eor non-certified coins and currency that have not been examined by the Buyer 
prior to the Auction Sale: if it is determined in a review by Stack’s Bowers that there 
is a material error in the catalog description of a non-certified coin or currency or the 
coin or currency is not authentic, such lot may be returned, provided written notice 
is received by Stack’s Bowers no later than seventy-two (72) hours of delivery of the 
lots in question, and such lots are returned and received by Stack’s Bowers, in their 
original, sealed containers, no later than fourteen (14) calendar days after delivery, in 
the same condition the lot(s) were delivered to the Buyer, time being of the essence. 

c. If an item or items are returned pursuant to the terms herein, they must be housed 
in their original, sealed and unopened container. 

d. Late remittance or removal of any item from its original container, or altering a 
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Terms & Conditions (cont.) 

e. Grading or condition of rare coins and currency may have a material effect on the 
value of the item(s) purchased, and the opinion of others (including independent 
grading services) may differ with the independent grading services opinion or inter- 
pretation of Stacks Bowers. Stacks Bowers shall not be bound by any prior, or sub- 
sequent opinion, determination or certification by any independent grading service. 

f. Questions regarding the minting of a coin as a “proof” or as a “business strike” 
relate to the method of manufacture and not to authenticity. 

g. All oral and written statements made by Stacks Bowers and its employees or agents 
(including affiliated and related companies) are statements of opinion only, and are 
not warranties or representations of any kind, unless stated as a specific written war- 
ranty, and no employee or agent of Stacks Bowers has authority to vary or alter these 
Terms and Conditions of Auction Sale. Stacks Bowers reserves the right to vary or 
alter the Terms of Sale, either generally or with respect to specific persons or circum- 
stances, in its sole discretion. Any variation or alteration shall be effective only if in 
writing and signed by an officer of Stacks Bowers authorized to do so. 

h. Stacks Bowers is acting as an auctioneer. Title to the lots purchased passes directly 
from the Consignor to the Buyer. Accordingly, Stacks Bowers is not making, and dis- 
claims, any warranty of title. 

i. Bidder acknowledges that the numismatic market is speculative, unregulated and 
volatile, and that coin prices may rise or fall over time. Stacks Bowers does not guar- 
antee or represent that any customer buying for investment purposes will be able to 
sell for a profit in the future. 

j. Bidder acknowledges and agrees that neither Stacks Bowers, nor its employees, 
affiliates, agents, third-party providers or consignors warrant that auctions will be 
unimpaired, uninterrupted or error free and accordingly shall not be liable for such 
events. 

11. Waiver and Release. Bidder, for himself, his heirs, agents, successors and as- 
signees, generally and specifically waives and releases, and forever discharges Stacks 
Bowers, and its respective affiliates, parents, officers, directors, shareholders, agents, 
subsidiaries, employees, managers and members and each of them, and their respec- 
tive successors and assignees from any and all claims, rights, demands and causes 
of actions and suits, of whatever kind or nature, including but not limited to claims 
based upon Auctioneers negligence, whether in law or equity, tort or otherwise, 
whether known or unknown, suspected or unsuspected (a “Claim”), which Bidder 
may assert with respect to and/or arising out of, or in connection with any challenge 
to the title to or authenticity of any goods purchased, the sale itself, any lot bid upon 
or consigned, and/or the auction, except where such Claim is otherwise expressly 
authorized in these Terms of Sale. It is the intention of Bidder that this waiver and 
release shall be effective as a bar to each and every Claim that may arise hereunder or 
be related to the Auction Sale, and Bidder hereby knowingly and voluntarily waives 
any and all rights and benefits otherwise conferred upon him by the provisions of 
Section 1542 of the California Civil Code, which reads in full as follows: 

“A GENERAL RELEASE DOES NOT EXTEND TO CLAIMS WHICH THE CREDI- 
TOR DOES NOT KNOW OR SUSPECT TO EXIST IN HIS OR HER EAVOR AT THE 
TIME OE EXECUTING THE RELEASE, WHICH IE KNOWN BY HIM OR HER 
MUST HAVE MATERIALLY AEEECTED HIS OR HER SETTLEMENT WITH THE 
DEBTOR.” 

12. Disputes. If a dispute arises concerning ownership of a lot or concerning pro- 
ceeds of any sale. Stacks Bowers reserves the right to commence a statutory inter- 
pleader proceeding at the expense of the Consignor and Buyer and any other appli- 
cable party, and in such event shall be entitled to its reasonable attorneys’ fees and 
costs. Stack’s Bowers reserves the right to cancel or postpone the Auction Sale or any 
session thereof for any reason whatsoever. No Bidder shall have any claim as a result 
thereof, including for incidental or consequential damages. Neither Stack’s Bowers 
nor any affiliated or related company shall be responsible for incidental or consequen- 
tial damages arising out of any failure of the Terms of Sale, the auction or the conduct 
thereof and in no event shall such liability exceed the purchase price, premium, or 
fees paid. Rights granted to Bidders under the within Terms and Conditions of Auc- 
tion Sale are personal and apply only to the Bidder who initially purchases the lot(s) 
from Stack’s Bowers. The rights may not be assigned or transferred to any other per- 


son or entity, whether by sale of the lot(s), operation of law or otherwise. Any attempt 
to assign or transfer any such rights shall be absolutely void and unenforceable. No 
third party may rely on any benefit or right conferred by these Terms and Conditions 
of Auction Sale. 

Any dispute arising out of or related to these Terms of Sale, the Auction Sale or any lot, 
with the sole exception of actions by Stack’s Bowers to collect amounts owed to it and 
other damages, shall be submitted to binding arbitration pursuant to the commer- 
cial arbitration rules of the American Arbitration Association, with any arbitration 
hearing to occur in Orange County, California. Absent an agreement of the parties, 
the arbitrator shall limit discovery to that which is necessary to enable the hearing 
to proceed efficiently. The arbitrator shall not have the power to award punitive or 
consequential damages, nor alter, amend modify any of the terms of this Agreement. 
The award by the arbitrator, if any, may be entered in any court having jurisdiction 
thereof. Each party shall pay one-half the costs of the arbitration. Bidder acknowledg- 
es and agrees that the competent courts of the State of California shall have exclusive 
in personam jurisdiction, subject to the requirement to arbitrate, over any dispute(s) 
arising hereunder, regardless of any party’s current or future residence or domicile. 
Bidder further agrees that venue of the arbitration proceeding shall be in Orange 
County, California; and any court proceeding shall be in the Orange County Superior 
Court, in the State of California, and in each case waive any claim of Eorum Non Con- 
veniens. Bidder agrees that any arbitration or legal action with respect to this Auction 
Sale is barred unless commenced within one (1) year of the date of this Auction Sale. 
AUCTION PARTICIPANTS EXPRESSLY WAIVE ANY RIGHT TO TRIAL BY JURY. 

13. General Terms. These Terms and Conditions of Auction Sale and the auction 
shall be construed and enforced in accordance with, and governed by, the laws of 
the State of California, regardless of the location of the Auction Sale. These Terms of 
Sale and the information on the Stack’s Bowers’ website constitute the entire agree- 
ment between the parties hereto on the subject matter hereof and supersede all other 
agreements, understandings, warranties and representations concerning the subject 
matter hereof. If any section of these Terms of Auction Sale or any term or provision 
of any section is held to be invalid, void, or unenforceable by any court of competent 
jurisdiction, the remaining sections or terms and provisions of a section shall con- 
tinue in full force and effect without being impaired or invalidated in any way. Stack’s 
Bowers may at its sole and absolute discretion, make loans or advances to Consignors 
and/or Bidders. 

14. Special Services. If you wish to limit your total expenditures, please fill in the 
maximum amount you wish to spend on the MAXIMUM EXPENDITURE line at 
the upper portion of your bid sheet. You can then submit bids for amounts up to 
eight times the amount of the maximum expenditure. This is a personal service and 
a Stack’s Bowers customer representative will personally attend to your bid sheet by 
bidding from the auction floor, buying lots for your account until your authorized 
expenditure is reached. While we will do our best in your behalf, due to the speed of 
the auction sale and the sometimes crowded conditions, we cannot be responsible for 
failure to execute such a bid properly. Due to the bookkeeping involved, this service is 
offered only to bidders with maximum expenditures of $1,000 or more. 

We invite you to take advantage of the optional 10% to 30% increase to help your 
chance of being a successful bidder. Check the appropriate place on your bid sheet. 

Bidding in this auction sale constitutes unconditional acceptance by the Bidder of the 
foregoing terms of sale. 

Please note: Transparent holders in which the auction lots are stored are to facilitate 
viewing and inspection of the lots and ARE NOT for long-term storage. 

PCGS numbers provided are for bidder convenience only, we do not guarantee their 
accuracy. An incorrect PCGS number is not grounds to return a lot. 

Eor PRICES REALIZED after the sale, call 1-800-458-4646. Preliminary prices 
realized will also be posted on the Internet soon after the session closes. 


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Consign Your World and U.S. Coins, 
Medals and Paper Money to 
Stacks Bowers Galleries 

For decades, Stacks Bowers Galleries has been recognized for 
bringing the greatest coins, tokens, medals and paper money to 
auction. This fall we continue this long-standing tradition, and invite 
you to consign your rarities to our Official Auction of the New York 
International Numismatic Convention (NYINC) (January 9-10) or to 
the New York Americana Showcase & Rarities Night Auction 
(January 28-30). 

Your numismatic treasures can benefit from the prestige of a 
Stack’s Bowers Galleries Showcase Auction or Rarities Night 
event, and can be cataloged by the same team that has achieved 
the highest prices realized at auction for over 80 years. 

Contact a Stack’s Bowers Galleries consignment specialist 
at 800.458.4646 or visit our website at StacksBowers.com. 


Consign to our Official Auction of the 
New York International Numismatic Convention (NYINC) 
Auction and Lot Viewing: January 9-10, 2015 
Consignment Deadline: November 1, 2014 

Consign to the New York Americana 
Showcase & Rarities Night Auction 
Auction and Lot Viewing: January 28-30, 2015 
Consignment Deadline: November 26, 2014 


West Coast: 800.458.4646 | East Coast: 800.566.2580 | Consign@StacksBowers.com 

Showcase Auctions 

800.458.4646 West Coast Office • 800.566.2580 East Coast Office 
1063 McGaw Avenue Ste 100, Irvine, CA 92614 • 949.253.0916 
Info(S)StacksBowers.com • StacksBowers.com 
New York • Hong Kong • Irvine • Paris • Wolfeboro 

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Professionals You Can Trust 

When you are ready to consign, it is imperative that the professionals you 
choose to work with are as knowledgeable about your currency as you are. 

Stacks Bowers Galleries takes tremendous pride in the expertise and competency of our 
associates, which include some of the most prominent numismatic authorities in the world. 

Whether you are a seasoned collector or are looking forward to your first consignment, the 
experts at Stacks Bowers are just a phone call away, ready to share our numismatic knowledge 
and guidance to help you earn top dollar for your currency. 

Stacks Bowers Galleries is accepting consignments to auctions throughout the year, including 
the Official Auctions of the Whitman Baltimore Expos. 



Peter A. Treglia Matthew W. Quinn John M. Pack 


Brad Ciociola 


The Stack s Bowers Galleries Official Auction 

of the Whitman Coin and Collectibles Baltimore Expo 

March 26-29, 2015 • Baltimore, Maryland 
Consign U.S. Lots by February 2, 2015 

Call one of our currenq^ consignment specialists to discuss opportunities 
for upcoming auctions. They wiU be happy to assist you every step of the way. 

800.458.4646 West Coast Office • 800.566.2580 East Coast Office 



Peter A. Treglia 
Matthew W. Quinn 
John M. Pack 
Brad Ciociola 



Peter A. Treglia LM #1195608 
John M. Pack LM # 5736 
Brad Ciociola 





800.458.4646 West Coast Office • 800.566.2580 East Coast Office 
1063 McCaw Avenue Ste 100, Irvine, CA 92614 • 949.253.0916 
Info@StacksBowers.com • StacksBowers.com 
New York • Hong Kong • Irvine • Paris • Wolfeboro 


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